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Susie Beever & Chiara Pollock

Lucky Brit comes forward to claim incredible £111.7million EuroMillions jackpot

Luck is in the air as one Brit has come forward to claim the mind-blowing £111.7million EuroMillions jackpot.

The unnamed person scooped the life-changing amount after Friday's draw, lottery operators Camelot confirmed. The win came from a single UK ticket holder, with the total amount won being an incredible £111,709,000.

Lottery bosses say the claim was now going through the process of validation before the winner is given the option whether to be named publicly or not, reports the Mirror.

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Senior winners' advisor, Andy Carter said: "It is wonderful news that a lucky ticket-holder has claimed this incredible prize. We will now focus on supporting the ticket-holder through the validation and help them start to enjoy their win.”

Friday's lucky numbers were 03, 12, 15, 25, 43 and the other numbers are 10 and 11.

The win is among one of the biggest the EuroMillions has ever seen, and the second so far this year. In last month's draw, £46million was scooped.

Last night’s ticket-holder will occupy 12th place on The National Lottery Rich List of the biggest jackpot winners.

Camelot said the news follows an incredible two years of luck for Euromillions players, with a total of six Euromillions jackpots totalling over £820million in prize money were won by UK ticket-holders last year alone.

One winner also broke records to land a £195million jackpot, becoming the biggest lottery winner in UK history.

The biggest winners to go public were Frances and Patrick Connolly, after they won £114,969,775 after hitting the jackpot on New Year's Day in 2019.


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