Before she won the a £2 million lottery jackpot, 62-year old grandmother Jean Swatman would wake up early in the morning four days a week to work as a baker at a store in Lowesoft, Suffolk. She makes doughnuts for Morrison’s and enjoys working and interacting with people at the store.
After a lucky dip ticket she bought won the £2 million top prize, Jean bought a modest new car and has gone on vacation to Cambodia and on a trip to Vietnam to see a son. But other than that, nothing much has changed.
She still works as a baker for a £6 an hour and still lives at the same three-bedroom terraced home she has lived in for the past 20 years. Despite her daughter’s entreaties, she will not give up her work.
She plans to invest most of her winnings for five very lucky grandchildren.