Donald Fear became the sixth contestant to take home the top prize on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Jeremy Clarkson was in awe as he watched the History and Politics teacher calmly make his way through the 15 questions and Donald, whose brother had appeared on the show previously, has since revealed his big plans for his winnings.
The teacher used just one lifeline throughout his time in the ITV hottest and immediately knew the answer to the million-pound question.
But humble Donald has admitted he plans to give large chunks of his winnings away and treat his four children.
He revealed he plans to put 70 percent of his winnings towards good causes and treating children Cat, Ali, Izzy and Chris.
Soeaking to press including Express.co.uk, he said: “To be honest if I had a million pounds, I wouldn’t have a clue how to spend it.”
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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire winner Donald spoke out about his win (Image: ITV)
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Donald is the sixth winner on the show (Image: ITV)
“I could buy an Aston Martin for instance, but I could get into the thing, but I could never get out of it.”
“The only other thing you could possibly spend the sum of money on would be moving house but I am very happy with our house,” he continued.
“It is in a lovely area and we have lived there for 27 years and we have lovely neighbours, so why move somewhere else?
“So I would rather keep the money and give it away to people I love.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Donald is giving a large chunk of his winnings away (Image: ITV)