Youngest EuroMillions winner Jane Park’s health update and will reveal ‘truth’

The UK's youngest ever EuroMillions winner has given a major health update, after she was mysteriously admitted to hospital earlier this week.

Jane Park, 27, from Edinburgh, took to Instagram to share a mirror selfie from the hospital ward toilets with her 213k Instagram followers on Monday, but didn't disclose why she was there. Jane, who became the UK's youngest EuroMillions winner when she won £1million at the age of just 17, captioned the photo: "Not quite Livi away," which was a reference to football club Livingston.

She sound tracked her second hospital snap with the ever-cheery Fix You by Coldplay. And she has now given an update, after almost a week of total radio silence.

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Posting another mirror selfie, Park appears to have had some kind of surgery, and has a heavily bandaged hand – although was able to give a thumbs up. She posted a second photo of her lying in bed, with what appears to be a sick bowl on on her chest, but give another thumbs up and wrote: “Safe and sound from surgery. I appreciate all the messages but for now my mail focus is recovering.

“I will fill everyone in on insta the TRUTH in my own time because I like to keep it real with yallll but for now I need to rest.” The pictures were combined and posted with the message on her insta story, along with the song Alive by Sia.

No other updates have been given since.

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This comes after she celebrated the 10th anniversary of her win earlier this year in July. Since her win, she's splashed out an estimated £50,000 on various surgeries in Turkey. She's previously revealed that she's undergone two Brazilian bum lifts, after the first one "didn't work" and she "nearly died" of sepsis from it.

The hospital stay comes a few days after she announced that she was returning to her side-hustle as an elicit content creator on OnlyFans.

Offering her "lowest prices" to date, she announced to X, formerly Twitter, users last week that she was back after a considerable hiatus. There was little fanfare for her return but she took to the social media app to announce it anyway. "After some time off I'm back," the lottery winner wrote.

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Since her mega win, Jane has lived with the so-called Curse of the Lottery, admitting she has felt "miserable" since winning the massive sum of cash on a ticket back in 2013.

She said at the time: "I remember just thinking 'I'm so young' and 'Why would anyone put someone this young through these emotions'. I remember my nana saying 'It's like giving a kid a gun in their hand and not telling them what to do with it'."

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