The couple said it was already their 'dream home' and they did not want to move - although they did buy a holiday villa in Tenerife.But the curse of the jackpot struck the family, and it was reported in April this year that Mr Bull had moved to a three-bedroom cottage just over a mile away from the family home.
Jane Park, the youngest ever Euro Millions winner at 17, claimed she considered legal action against Camelot, claiming her life would have been '10 times better' had she not won £1million.
A study of Euro Millions winners by Camelot found it takes winners more than six months to adapt to the new lifestyle.
A married £41million Euromillions winner used the chat-up line 'Google me!
' to strike up a nine-month affair with a mother of four, his alleged ex-mistress has claimed.
Mr Jones, 41, said he was devastated after finding out his wife had begun a relationship with the mattress tycoon Mike Clare.