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EuroMillions winner Jane Park celebrates birthday in luxury yacht in Dubai

The EuroMillions winner is celebrating her 25th birthday by treating herself to a five-star holiday in Dubai after winning the jackpot when she was just 17.

Jane Park showed off an expensive steak dinner last night at Nusr-Et, owned by the popular Saltbae.

In the build up to her birthday the millionaire had been posting about her luxurious trip on Instagram.

She celebrated in style with a party on board a yacht in the UAE.

The Scottish influencer took a trip on the plush vessel with a group of her nearest and dearest.

Her plush celebrations showed she's got expensive taste, which is what you'd expect of the UK's youngest lottery millionaire, reports Daily Record.

Jane has been making Instagram followers green with envy with her antics in Dubai.

Enjoying a spot of shopping and drinks and dinners out at the city's top establishments, she even shared videos of a trio to the glitzy Versace Hotel and its lavish restaurant.

After a few days at a swanky holiday complex, Jane has now moved to an apartment with out-of-this-world views of Dubai.

The blonde stunner has looked a million dollars for all the occasions, posting images of her glamorous outfit choices wherever she goes.

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She famously scooped the jackpot on her first ever lottery ticket which made her Britain's youngest EuroMillions winner at the age of 17.

But the social media star, who now tops up her fortune through an Only Fans account, proved she's still down to earth despite her wealth.

Jane has enjoyed every penny of her wealth, splashing out on everything from plastic surgery to luxurious holidays.

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Despite the celebrity lifestyle, Jane previously admitted she still has 'ordinary tastes'.

In a BBC film about her life, she confessed: “I wouldn’t go and stay in a fancy hotel just cause I had the money. I think that’s wasting it.

“And I find with the more expensive hotels, the food is too posh or the people in it are a bit snobby and I don’t like that. I’ve got ordinary tastes.”

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