Euromillions winner Lenka Thomson’s brother doesn’t want a penny of her fortune

The brother of a huge Euromillions winner has sensationally revealed that he doesn't want a penny of his sister's £105m fortune.

Lenka Thomson, 41, scooped the massive jackpot on Friday, instantly becoming richer than a host of Britain's top earners, including Ed Sheeran, Harry Styles and Emma Watson.

Shop worker and mum-of-three Lenka, from Selsey, West Sussex, and husband Steve, a builder, said the win was all about their family and revealed that their son, 10, hopes to buy a Tesla car.

Steve, 42, said he felt like he was "on the verge of having a heart attack" when he saw the numbers on his ticket match up. The couple is one of Britain's biggest ever winner of the Euromillions prize.

Lenka, who grew up in the Slovakian village of Rakova, is now richer than Coldplay's Chris Martin and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe.

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And now her brother, Ratislav Hromadka, has told of the family's shock at the win and says he doesn't want a penny of his sister's money. But the 42-year-old says he wouldn't mind an American-style pickup!

"It's unbelievable. Really, truly we cannot comprehend what's happened," he told Mail Online. "It's so much money more money than you can possibly imagine."

Working as a car mechanic, Ratislav shares a humble three-bed back home with the pair's parents, says the huge jackpot will transform hard-working Lenka's life.

He also joked that his beloved sister can now probably afford to buy every house in the village where they both grew up.

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"I'm sure it will make a big difference to her life,' he added. "She is going to have more time for her children and her family. It will make a big difference."

The 42-year-old went to describe how his sister left Slovakia for the UK in search of a better life and to see more of the world.

"Lenka is a normal person. She loves her family. Even though money has always been tight in the past, she has always come home to see our parents, without fail.

"She takes care of everybody and her focus is her loved ones.

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"But this will not change my life. I will stay working I don't care because keeping myself busy is very important to me."

Lenka and Steve have three kids together and have been married for 13 years after meeting i 2002 at a campsite they worked at together in Chichester.

The pair said their children had already made their wish lists with their daughter, eight, wanting a pink iPhone and their ten-year-old son asking for a Tesla car.

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