Friday's EuroMillions jackpot could make one lucky Brit the biggest winner in history.
No one had the numbers tonight and the £ 186m jackpot wasn't charged. So Friday's draw reached £ 191 million.
The EuroMillions jackpot is also expected to reach the € 230 million cap on Friday. This can mean higher prizes at lower prize tiers.
At the moment, the biggest winners in this country areJoe and Jesswaite.
The Gloucestershire couple was handed a record £ 184m jackpot in May.
Despite the amazing new wealth, one of their first purchases was the used Volvo.
The second biggest win was awarded to an anonymous ticket holder who claimed £ 170m in 2019.
Colin and Chris Weir Earn £ 161m in 2011 from Largs, North Ayrshire Council, Adrian and Gillian Bay Ford won over £ 148m in 2012.
Tickets-French Polynesian owners charged £ 184m last October, just like Swaite.
A young woman told the media, "I want to explore the world with her family, especially looking for snow, because I've never seen it before."
Andy Carter, Senior Winners Advisor to the National Lottery, said: winner!
"Think of all the great communities that could benefit from a win of this size. Players need to get their tickets early to get a chance to win this great draw. There is. "
Tonight, no one won the highest award, but the British quickly became a millionaire.
The ticket owner for code TFTK58216 has been selected by the Millionaire Maker Selection.
The biggest jackpot in history
Tonight's numbers were 07, 10, 25, 45, 48. Lucky Star numbers are: 03, 06
On the other hand, it takes less than a month for more than two people to move forward withand claim their £ 1m victory.
Both ticket holders won cash in the EuroMillions lottery on January 21st this year.
Their payment is due to the European millionaire maker Raffle.
However, on July 20th, the prize billing deadline will expire.
Winners live in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, and Hinckley and Bosworth districts of Leicestershire.