Drop into one's lap - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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drop into (one's) lap
To be given to one or become available to one through sheer chance, rather than hard work, etc. Because she's the daughter of a CEO, I'm sure great opportunities just drop into her lap.
drop/fall into somebody’s ˈlap (informal) be obtained without any effort: A job’s not going to just fall in your lap, you know. You’ll have to go out and find one!