Adrian Bayford, an MI retalier from Suffolk has won the £148.6Million jackpot from Friday's Euromillions draw.
Bayford, 41, co-owns Suffolk Music Centre in Haverhill. Although closed today as he celebrates his big win he says he plans to keep the store open.
His wife Gillian wishes to give up work and the rest of the money will go towards a new family home, an Audi Q7 and a holiday for the children to Disneyland. The rest of the money he wishes to give to childrens charities and expand upon his buisness.
He started the music business several years ago with friend, Richard Hudspithand. Hudspith's father, Peter, said in The Telegraph: "Adrian will certainly do some good with it. They've both got some life experience, they're not silly. He called my son on Saturday at 6am and said he would not be coming in to the shop. He came around later and they've been chatting about their plans.
He told The Guardian "There's no rhyme or reason as to why we've been so lucky. It's a lottery at the end of the day."
The win is the second biggest win for a Briton.