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Pictured: Mr and Mrs Bull celebrate their win in 2012A source told The Sun: 'The marriage has been doomed for some time.'To be fair, it wasn’t the greatest when they hit the jackpot.They felt the massive win may help improve matters.Incredibly, the couple carried on with their weekend plans as normal, taking the boys to play in football matches and hosting a birthday sleepover.Mr Bull built his family's six bedroom, six bathroom house in Mansfield himself.Jane Park, the youngest ever Euro Millions winner at 17, claimed she considered legal action against Camelot, claiming her life would have been '10 times better' had she not won £1million.A study of Euro Millions winners by Camelot found it takes winners more than six months to adapt to the new lifestyle.
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He only realised the following morning that he and his wife had hit the jackpot.
Mrs Bull – who worked in health insurance at the time of the win – said they were so shocked they took days to reveal their news to their sons Joel, then ten, and Declan, then nine.
Three quarters of winners move to their dream homes within six months, but many struggle to furnish the vast places and take care of the grounds.
A list of frustrations released in the study included needing a skip permanently on the drive to cope with leaves, and the dilemma over how many ride-on lawnmowers are needed.
The Bull's split follows a pattern similar to so many lottery-winning couples before them.