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EuroMillions winner Jane Park has tested positive for the coronavirus and has shared the 'death-like' symptoms with her fans while she self-isolates.

Revealing the diagnosis on Instagram, the 25-year-old posted a picture of her positive result after telling her followers she'd never been "this ill" and said she felt "like death".

Jane, originally from Edinburgh, said she's been struggling to breathe after coming down with chest infection-like symptoms.

The influencer, who is currently self-isolating in Oxford, shared her concerns with her thousands of followers before receiving her diagnosis.

EuroMillions winner Jane Park tells fans she feels "like death" after Covid

Taking to Instagram she wrote: "Honestly never felt this ill in my whole life.

"Anyone know anything that'll slightly help me?

"I feel like death. Feel like I have a chest infection really bad struggling to breathe/catch my breath."

A few hours later Jane confirmed she had tested positive for coronavirus and captioned the post "someone help me".

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The scot shot to fame after becoming Britain’s youngest EuroMillions jackpot winner at just 17 and buying her home and moving out of the council flat she shared with her mum.

Jane also splashed the cash on plastic surgery, designer garb and flashy motors.

However, after winning the lottery she reportedly wanted to sue EuroMillions, claiming the win had ruined her life.

“I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?” Jane told the Sunday People.

Jane shared her Covid diagnosis with her followers

"I thought it would make [my life] ten times better but it’s made it ten times worse.

"I wish I had no money most days.

"I say to myself, ‘My life would be so much easier if I hadn’t won.’"

Jane was recently devastated to see her brother bleed on a pavement from a wound inflicted by a Rambo-style knife.

A savage attacker struck ­outside a sports bar after Jane and William, 23, had watched the Champions League final.

Jane Park won the lottery when she was just 17

The blade punctured William’s lung and injured his spleen. A friend of Jane said: “Billy is so lucky to be alive.”

She stayed at his bedside in hospital following the attack near Oxford, where William lives. The night out was the first time they met up since lockdown.

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The pal said: “Jane and her brother seemed to have a great evening watching Manchester City v Chelsea and then Billy was talking to some friends outside the bar after it closed. Everyone was in high spirits.

“Jane wanted to get home so she walked on ahead. A couple of minutes later she heard some commotion.

Jane saw her brother William bleed after being stabbed last month

“That’s when it was clear he had been attacked.

“She ran back and quickly tried to help him but he was bleeding out on the pavement.”

Police said an 18-year-old local man was arrested on suspicion of affray and causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

He has been released on police bail.