She famously became Britain’s youngest Euromillions winner, scooping £1million when she was just 17.
And now Jane Park, from Niddrie, has struck it lucky again after winning more than £1,000 on a football accumulator.
Park, who recently spoke out about the negative impact winning the lottery has had on her life, shared a picture of the winning betting slip on Facebook, with the caption ‘Happy Saturday’.
She had placed a £20 bet on five different football matches, winning £1,222.37.
The 21-year-old, who recently moved back home with her mum after admitting she felt lonely, has also sold furniture online in recent weeks.
She was just 17 when she scooped the jackpot in 2013, toasting with Irn Bru to celebrate her win.
But in a recent interview, the Lotto winner said she thought her life would have become “10 times better”. Instead, she felt it has “became 10 times worse” wishing at times that she had never won at all.
“People look at me and think, ‘I wish I had her lifestyle, I wish I had her money’ but they don’t realise the extent of my stress,” she said.