I had an email saying I won National Lottery jackpot & thought I’d take home £500k… but seconds later I was devastated

A RADIO presenter has revealed how she received an email saying she had won the lottery but seconds later had a mental breakdown.

Kamilla Rose, who presents a program on Capital FM, has TikTok to share an unfortunate misunderstanding with her followers.

Kamilla Rose thinks she's won a huge lottery prize


Kamilla Rose thinks she’s won a huge lottery prizeCredit: tiktok@kamillahrose

Kamila, 32, shows a screenshot of an email she received from the National Lottery, which read: “Good news. You won the National Lottery.”

However, when she found out how much money she had won, she was extremely disappointed.

Kamilla explains: “I can’t lie to you, woke up to this email this morning, a part of me really thought I could have won big.

“I could spend the afternoon in the Maldives, no one will contact me for a while.”

Unfortunately, she only won £3 in the EuroMillions draw, much to her disappointment.

She questions whether the email would look any different if she had won hundreds of thousands of pounds after raising hopes.

However, she was able to see the humorous side when joking that she made a “pound profit” on her winning ticket.

Commenters were quick to express their sympathy and share their similar stories on social media.

One person wrote: “This happened to me a month ago.

“I have all the scenarios in mind.”

Another added: “Dude, this was me last week.

“Wake up to email and it’s too early to check.

“I already wrote my resignation letter in my head… I won £5.”

Meanwhile, a third say the lottery is their “retirement plan,” and Kamilla replied, “You’re not alone in that plan B.”

It comes after The Sun offered an insight into the lives of the biggest EuroMillions winners ever, a year after the huge £195m prize was announced. .

Likewise, another lucky Brit, who won £77,000 from the People’s Postcode Lottery, has revealed the strange way she splashes her cash.

However, she only won £3


However, she only won £3Credit: tiktok@kamillahrose
The radio host joked that it was at least a profit on her ticket price


The radio host joked that it was at least a profit on her ticket priceCredit: tiktok@kamillahrose

Russell Falcon

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