I'd invest the other £75 million in property development, so I could get even more stinking rich. Surely if you have that kind of money, it is a lot easier to accumulate even more?
I'd hire top advisors, so I did not pay a penny in tax!
I'd be the most generous photographer on Purestorm, loved by the models. I'd own a Leica S2 with all the lenses and have weight training so I could use it. I'd buy up a film studio for my model shoots!
I'd buy luxury flats in several major European cities (say 3/4 of them at ~£5-10million each) and then simply live off the interest on what's left. According to Coutts' website you'll get ~2%, so even if you blew £45million on houses/cars etc. the other £50million will still net you £1million a year, that's more than enough to pretty much live a lifestyle I'd be happy with.
Or even just taking into account that I've probably got at best 40 years left on this Earth, that'll pay myself £2.3 million a year even without interest (and I'm fortunate not to have any kids, or anyone to depend on me). Unless you've got kids to pass it on to I don't think there's any sense in hoarding it, it may as well be spent.
Houses X2 One to live in one to shoot from cost say 30 Million Bank Account say 5 Million Equities held in certificated form half for growth and half for dividends 26 out of 100 companies in the FTSE100 are paying 4%+
House for the shoots would have all the boys toys Miele built in Coffee Maker and appliances plus cinema, games room. The jackpot is now 105 Million and that will do me nicely just working out my Casting add