Scotland’s biggest Euromillions winner who scooped a £161m jackpot and was known for his philanthropy died with a £10,000 stake in Irn-Bru and more than £20,000 in Greggs.

Football daft Colin Weir won the lottery in 2011 with wife Christine, and was a devotee of both Partick Thistle and Largs Thistle FC.

The couple split up after setting up the Weir Charitable Trust, and Colin signed over their £3.5million mansion, Frognal House, near Troon, South Ayrshire, to his ex.

Dad-of-two Colin moved into a £1.1million five-bedroomed seafront home in Ayr, Ayrshire, which he bought in June 2018.

He sadly died aged 71 from sepsis and 'acute kidney injury', in December 2019.

A newly published will revealed he had a £12million share portfolio with global brands such as Microsoft and Estee Lauder.

He had a share portfolio of more than £12.3 million, including Microsoft ( £20,368), Mo "t Hennessy Louis Vuitton ( £19,230), Est e Lauder ( £19,813), Tesco ( £19,562), AG Barr, creators of Irn-Bru ( £10,040) and bakery chain Greggs ( £22,950).

And he had assets of around £3.5million in tax haven the Isle of Man, a stake of around £400,000 in tax-advantage Enterprise Investment Schemes (EIS), where individuals can buy into small and medium companies for generous tax relief, and the maximum £50,000 invested in National Savings and Investments Premium Bonds.

His estate is still due more than £80,000 from the Spanish authorities, following the sale of a holiday home in Majorca, Spain, specially adapted to cater for his mobility problems, according to the will.

The Weirs were known for using their wealth to benefit good causes in their area, and sponsored an artist to study for two years in Florence, Italy.

They also provided funding for the National Sports Training Centre Inverclyde and the construction of an all-weather artificial football pitch, which is used by the Largs Thistle Community Club.

Colin owned four luxury cars - a vintage Bentley Arnage, worth £10,000, a £28,250 three-year-old Jaguar F-Pace SUV, a £24,000 four-year-old Mercedes Benz E Class Estate and a 2019 Mercedes Benz V Class people carrier, valued at around £35,000.

Jewellery, furniture and artworks were valued around £212,000, and he had part-ownership of three thoroughbred racehorses controlled by syndicates, which included five-year-old geldings Knighted ( £2,500) and Felony ( £1,675), as well as winning Irish mare If You Say Run ( £4,000).

Colin was honorary president of Largs Thistle FC and a month before his death he gained a 55 per cent shareholding in Partick Thistle, which has a section of Firhill Stadium named the Colin Weir Stand.