Scotland's "luckiest" lottery family are celebrating again - after picking up a second £1 million prize thanks to a winning Lotto Millionaire Raffle line.
The Fry family, from Bo'ness, claimed the cash from the draw made on Wednesday May 18.
Peter Fry, 90, and wife Mary, 86, along with their three daughters, Margaret, 64, Janet, 59, and Isobel, 57, play as a syndicate, putting on five lines twice a week.
The win comes six years after Peter's cousin Annette Brown, 82, became the UK's 2,500th National Lottery millionaire after a £1.15 million Lotto jackpot triumph.
Incredibly, Margaret Fry is also enjoying her second big lottery win after scooping £20,000 on the Lotto Millionaire raffle in 2015.
Commenting on the latest win, Margaret said: "My dad went down to Tesco on Saturday as normal and passed his tickets over to get checked.
"The till operator advised him that he had won a 'wee bit of money' and it was too much to pay out in the store - thinking it was around £500, he had no idea we were about to become millionaires.
"After arriving home and telling my mum, they both phoned me. The first thing I did was go straight over to their house as I knew it could be big.
"We called Camelot together and after confirming all the details, they asked if we knew how much it was worth.
"When we were told £1 million we were in such shock - my mum kept saying 'a million?' in such disbelief. It was the most amazing feeling!
"My mum shared the news with my two sisters and they were in as much shock as us.
"As a family we've always played the game but never really believed we would win a substantial amount, this shows that it could be anyone - it's truly life-changing."
Peter and Mary, who are retired, have six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, with another on the way.
Mr Fry matched the draw with the winning code NAVY 1281 6617 with a ticket bought from Tesco in Links Road, Bo'ness, in the Falkirk Council area.