Hampshire man called Mr Rich scoops £2m National Lottery jackpot

Robert Rich and Mandy Dunn
Robert Rich and Mandy Dunn
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A Hampshire man called Mr Rich has won more than £2m on the National Lottery

Robert Rich, 59 and his partner Mandy Dunn, 49, scooped the £2,012,794 jackpot in the Lotto draw on Saturday September 19.

He has already quit his job as a lorry driver and the couple plan to move from their council house in Southampton.

Robert said: “We haven’t really slept since finding out. It’s indescribable and absolutely fantastic.

‘This money will give us the lives we always wanted and we can support out children and actually be with our family.’