Scotland's biggest lottery winner has become a mum again at 48-years-old.

Gillian Bayford was 'shocked' to find out she was pregnant before having her lockdown baby, Emilie.

It comes after the mega lottery winner scooped nearly £150million with her former husband Adrian in August 2012.

The massive £148million win made the couple the UK's third biggest ever winners, reports The Mirror.

Ex-boyfriend Gavin Innes with Gillian
Ex-boyfriend Gavin Innes with Gillian

The former hospital cleaner later divorced from Adrian while living and returned to her native Scotland with their two children.

She went on to start a property business based in Carnoustie, spending millions buying homes to rent out as well as opening a café called Sugar and Spice in Arbroath.

Last year she admitted at Dundee Sheriff Court a breach of the peace against her ex-boyfriend Gavin Innes.

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The court heard she had pushed, shouted at and struggled with her ex, a domestic abuse charity worker, on two separate occasions in October 2017.

Now, The Sun reports that the multi-millionaire is celebrating being a mum again, after having her daughter Emilie six months ago.

She said: "As far as she is concerned I’m not a lottery winner, I’m just Mum.

“Some things are easier because of the money but it doesn’t really change anything. You still have to change a nappy or deal with her being sick on you regardless of how much you’re worth.”

She added that finding out she was pregnant was 'a bit of a shock at first' because of her age.

She said: "But I’d always wanted another baby. So after a little bit I thought ‘I better get on with this then’. It’s really enjoyable being an older mum. It is like riding a bike, you don’t forget.”

She added that her daughter will not be spoilt or wear designer clothes and had to learn the value of money.

Her café closed in 2016, putting 21 staff out of work, after reporting a £129,000 loss.

She married Brian Deans, 38, in August 2018, six years to the day after her jackpot. She now uses her new husband’s surname.