Right, check your tickets everyone - it looks like it’s someone’s lucky day.
Well, that’s probably an understatement actually, because someone in the UK has just won the life changing sum of £105 million on the EuroMillions, but as of yet, they haven’t come forward to claim it.
Andy Carter, senior winners’ adviser at the National Lottery said “players across the country are now urged to check their tickets to see if they have won big. Tonight's big winner has scooped the sixth EuroMillions jackpot banked in the UK this year".
The winning numbers are 8, 10, 15, 30, 42 and the lucky star numbers are 4 and 6.
This win comes just over a month after another unnamed individual became the country’s richest lottery winner ever, claiming a record-breaking £170 million jackpot prize and a spot on The Sunday Times’ Rich List too. It’s also the fourth time someone in the UK has won a nine-figure sum in the EuroMillions this year, which is pretty mad.
This week marks the 25th anniversary since the first National Lottery draw took place back in November 1994 and the organisation has paid out more than £71 billion in prize money.
The National Lottery also raises around £30 million a week on average for various charities and projects right across the UK, so whilst it’s obviously a bit annoying when you don’t wake up a millionaire one day, it’s still good to know that your ticket money is going towards some very worthy causes despite a win.