Lottery winner Jane Park set for lonely Valentine’s Day after £60k offer fails

Euromillions winner Jane Park faces a lonely Valentine’s Day after her attempts to offer cash for a new boyfriend appeared to have floundered.

The 23-year-old spoke of her shock that none of her 26,000 Twitter followers have asked for her address to send their love notes through the post.

Jane, of Edinburgh, attempted to bag herself a man by offering up £60,000 a year to her new boyfriend, reports the Daily Record .

It’s claimed that up to 10,000 people applied for the role, but her recent posts appear to suggest that there wasn’t a match that the 23-year-old was happy with.


The UK’s youngest lottery winner tweeted: "Don’t know why no ones asked for my address yet ??? I’m expecting a few valentine cards".

After her plea, likely lads were quick to shower the Hibs fan with offers.

One replied: "You can slide into my Direct messages."

While another joked: "Well I take it you must know mine and your cards in the post to me".

And many went straight to the point, asking: "Go on then, what is it?".


It comes after a hungover Jane yesterday wrote: "A need cuddled".

In February Jane spoke out about her tough childhood and her horrific ordeal over an acid attack threat.

She told how she was left terrified to walk down the street after an unknown online troll threatened to "pour acid in her face".

Jane contacted the police after the social media user vowed to leave her face looking ‘like a melted welly’ in 2017.

She was just 17 when she scooped £1million on her first ticket and has gone on to splash the cash on cars, holidays and plastic surgery.

Her luxury life since winning the jackpot is a far cry from her £8-an-hour job as an admin temp and the two-bed Edinburgh council flat she shared with her mum.

But she previously remarked that being a millionaire is stressful.

Speaking to the  Sunday People , she said: “I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?”

"I thought it would make [my life] ten times better but it’s made it ten times worse.

"I wish I had no money most days.

"I say to myself, ‘My life would be so much easier if I hadn’t won.’"

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