THEEuroMillions £172m jackpot could make you the UK's biggest ever lottery winner.
A lucky ticketholder could scoop the entire amount in tomorrow'sEuroMillions draw, beating the current record of £170m.
That was won by a player who wanted to remain anonymous on October 8, 2019. They walked off with a cool £170,221,000.
On Tuesday, the winning main numbers were 11, 13, 14, 36, 45 and the winning lucky star numbers were 07 and 09, as no one won the top prize.
Colin and Chris Weir, of Largs, North Ayrshire, became one of Britain's wealthiest couples when they won over £161m in 2011.
Adrian and Gillian Bayford, from Haverhill, Suffolk, picked up £148,656,000 after they played the draw on August, 10, 2012, while Jane Park became Britain's youngest lottery winner when she scooped up £1 million in 2013.
The biggest jackpot win so far this year in the UK was in April when nine rollovers took the jackpot from its starting value of £14m to over £122m before it was won by one anonymous ticket holder
In June, £111,540,000 was won when the jackpot was bumped up for this Superdraw.
The winner’s new fortune would exceed that of music legends in the shape of Queen's Roger Taylor and Sir Tom Jones – both worth around £170m – and not far behind Eric Clapton, who is worth £175m, DJ Calvin Harris at £180m and Robbie Williams at £185m.
Every EuroMillions ticket also bags you an automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which guarantees at least one player will pocket £1million in every draw.
The first EuroMillions draw took place on February 7, 2004, by three organisations: France's Française des Jeux, Loterías y Apuestas del Estado in Spain and the Camelot in the UK.
So don't forget to check the results to see if you have just won a fortune- you might be the lucky winner.
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