HAVE you bought a ticket for tomorrow night's EuroMillions draw ... and are you feeling lucky?

If you have, then you have as good a chance as any of becoming a Wirral multi-millionaire. You may even win the estimated jackpot of £119m.

But if you were suddenly to come into such a life-changing amount of cash, how would you spend it and how would you cope?

Andy Carter, Camelot's senior winners' advisor is the man with an answer or two on that.

The man everyone wants to meet as he's the person who pay National Lottery winners their winnings - is the man with an answer or two on that.

In an interview with the Globe, he said: "Winning such a huge amount of money is, obviously, a life-changing experience and can be an overwhelming experience for some people.

“There’s a lot to get your head around.

"So if you are lucky enough to win, I have a few tips on how to get to get through the initial experience.

"To begin, I would say "don't rush", because you didn't have the money yesterday and it is .

"There is rarely anything that needs doing now so take some time to plan and dream.

"Allow yourself some time to get used to the fact that you have won a substantial amount of money.

"People hope and dream that they can win the National Lottery and sometimes even talk about what they will do when they win but these ideas often change once it actually happens.

“A holiday - If feasible and travel restrictions allow is another idea. It doesn't have to be the holiday of a lifetime, there is plenty of time (and money for that), just have a few days away to let it sink in.

"Treat yourself - Buy yourself something that, within the size of your win, is small but you wouldn't have justified buying previously.

"It could be a handbag, a pair of shoes or a flashy new television? This can often help to make the win feel more real.”

Taking advice from legal and financial professionals is also important.

Andy said: “Surround yourself with a good team of professional people that you trust to help with managing your affairs.

Look after yourself Winning The National Lottery is a huge shock, take good care of your well-being.

“Eat well, exercise and make sure you have plenty of rest and sleep.

Establish your purpose - You’ve won a life-changing amount of money, but what’s your purpose? What are your aims now? If you struggle with this we have people who can help.

"Talk to other lottery winners. I always say that the best people a lottery winner can talk to are other lottery winners, over a cup of tea, to get their experiences."

Wishing Globe readers who have bought a ticket for tomorrow's draw, Andy said: "Good luck for the draw.

"You never know, this time the winner could be from Wirral.

"Imagine that."