Britain’s youngest EuroMillions winner celebrates her ‘fun bags’

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The youngest EuroMillions winner in Great Britain has celebrated the anniversary of her boob job by paying tribute to her £4,500 ‘fun bags’.
Jane Park, 23, underwent cosmetic surgery four years ago, spending £50,000 on breast enhancement, new teeth and even the controversial ‘Brazilian bum lift’ procedure.
Miss Park, of Edinburgh, became the youngest EuroMillions winner aged 17 in 2013 when she scooped a £1million prize.
She previously revealed her family had to step in after she ‘blew’ her fortune on the cosmetic surgeries and shopping.

Jane Park, pictured, who won £1million on the EuroMillions in 2013, has paid tribute to her ‘fun bags’ after marking the fourth anniversary of her boob job

Miss Park, pictured left and right, celebrated the anniversary with a series of risque pictures on Instagram

The 23-year-old, who was 17 when she netted the windfall, said her enhanced breasts ‘bring me so much joy’

But speaking about her breasts in an Instagram post, she wrote: ‘To my fun bags. You bring me so much joy and we’ve had a blast. Here’s to the next four.’
Last month Miss Park said she ‘nearly died’ after undergoing the ‘bum lift’ procedure following the death of Leah Cambridge during a similar surgery in Turkey.

Ms Cambridge, 29, suffered three heart attacks at the Elite Aftercare clinic in Ismir, Turkey, where several reality stars have also undergone the surgery.
Speaking on This Morning, Ms Park revealed that she underwent a bum lift in June 2017, but was left ‘swollen from head to toe’ and in ‘constant pain’.

Miss Park is pictured left in 2013 with her winning cheque, and right after her cosmetic surgeries

‘It was horrible,’ she said. ‘I couldn’t even open my eyes. It makes me sick thinking about it.
‘When I woke up I was very cold and sore and I was told “you’ll come round a bit” and when I did I got up to go to the toilet and I was truly swollen from head to toe.
‘I thought I was going to die. I didn’t know what was wrong with me and they said I’d had a reaction to the local anaesthetic.
‘The aftercare wasn’t good at all. I was crying and in pain. I was just told “you’ve paid for having this done”.’
A Brazilian bum lift uses fat transferred from other areas of the body, such as the love handles, hips or stomach, to provide patients with a fuller derriere.
Clinics report the procedure, which costs between £6,500 and £10,000, has seen more than a 50 per cent increase compared to five years ago.
Meanwhile she warned of the dangers of winning huge amounts of cash on the lottery and getting in over her head.
She said: ‘It is very easy to spend the money and once you become aware that it is yours and how much you have got it becomes even easier.
‘You think ‘Oh well I’ve got the money so I can spend it’. It just becomes easier to buy more stuff that you don’t necessarily need.

Miss Park previously revealed she underwent the controversial Brazilian bum lift last year after 29-year-old Leah Cambridge died during the procedure in Turkey last month 

The 23-year-old, left and right, also revealed her family had to step in and calm her down after she ‘blew’ her winnings on surgeries and shopping

‘I have had a couple of cosmetic surgeries. I went shopping and bought handbags and shoes and stuff like that.
‘My family said to me ‘You have spent a bit of it now, you need to think about investing it’. So then I got some property and put some away in the bank.
‘At some point I had to take their advice or it could have went a completely different way.
‘It was very overwhelming. I thought I was this massive celebrity. I thought I was Simon Cowell famous with my £1 million when I wasn’t.’

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