The grandparents from Missouri who won a staggering $293,750,000 of the Powerball jackpot have revealed they plan to keep the same pickup truck and visit their local cafe for breakfast - all after taking a nap.
Speaking at a press conference at the school where they met as teenagers, Cindy Hill, 51, and her mechanic husband Mark, 52, added they have no plans to leave their home in Dearborn, where they plan to bring up their adopted six-year-old daughter Jaiden.
The couple, who also have three grown sons, added that they may now consider adopting again in light of their win - one of two winning tickets and a record amount for the state of Missouri.
They added that while their daughter has asked for a pony, it would be 'a while' before they made any big purchases. ''I just want to go home and be back to normal,'' Cindy said, adding: ''Maybe take a nap.''