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Moment logistics firm worker, 40, discovers she has won £10,000 a month for 30 YEARS on the lottery


This is the emotional moment a logistics firm worker discovers over the phone that she has won £10,000 a month for 30 years on the National Lottery.

Laura Hoyle, 40, and 38-year-old Kirk Stevens matched all five main numbers plus the Life Ball to win the top prize in the Set For Life draw on March 1 last year.

The pair, who have been playing the game since it started in 2019, bought their winning ticket online via the National Lottery app. 

A clip has now been released capturing Laura covering her mouth in shock and saying ‘I think I’m going to be sick’ as the life-changing news is confirmed.

The couple, from Nottingham, celebrated by popping open a bottle of Prosecco before they had even finished the call with operator Camelot.

Laura Hoyle (seen in a clip of the phone call), 40, and 38-year-old Kirk Stevens matched all five main numbers plus the Life Ball to win the top prize in the Set For Life draw on March 1 last year

Laura Hoyle (seen in a clip of the phone call), 40, and 38-year-old Kirk Stevens matched all five main numbers plus the Life Ball to win the top prize in the Set For Life draw on March 1 last year

The pair, who have been playing the game since it started in 2019, bought their winning ticket online via the National Lottery app. Pictured: Laura and Kirk celebrating their win

The pair, who have been playing the game since…



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