Lotto winner Gillian Bayford went there to spend some of her $A275 million on a fleet of luxury Audis - but she went back for the dealer.
After splitting from her husband the mother of two has embarked upon a new relationship - with car dealer Alan Warnock, the Daily Mail reported.
Millionairess Mrs Bayford, 41, recently separated from husband of nine years Adrian - with the couple blaming stress brought on by their massive jackpot win - one of the biggest ever won in the UK.
Former healthcare worker Bayford has left the $A11 million Georgian mansion she owned with her ex-husband and has bought a new house on the outskirts of her home town of Dundee.
Since beginning their relationship Mr Warnock has quit his job at the Aldi dealership and set up home with Bayford, where he is reportedly "very happy" and is helping her settle in.
The pair were spotted Christmas shopping together and Mr Warnock was also seen with her eight-year-old daughter and six-year-old son.
"Alan and Gillian are an item and are serious about each other," a friend of Mr Warnock told the Daily Mail. "He sold her the cars she wanted after the big win and romance has blossomed since then."
The couple first met last year when the new lotto winners went to the John Clark Audi dealership in Dundee to buy five luxury cars.
While Mr Bayford does not drive the cars - three Q7 SUVs worth about $A111,397 each and two Q5s worth around $A74,265 each were bought for family members and Mrs Bayford.
A spokesman for Mrs Bayford told the Daily Mail she would "not be discussing her private life now or in the future."
Source: Daily Mail
Author: Simon Black, Approving editor: Chloe Ross