A life-changing EuroMillions £111million jackpot draw has taken place – which means one fortunate Brit might now be one of many UK’s richest winners.

Bettors are urged to test their tickets after tonight’s 8pm draw.


One fortunate winner might discover his fortune elevated by £111m tonightCredit score: Getty

The massive draw is the 1,538th EuroMillions draw and one of many few particular “Superdraws” all year long, guaranteeing the winner a nine-figure prize.

The successful ticket would be the sixth-biggest winner of the All England competitors.

Each EuroMillions ticket additionally provides you computerized entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which ensures not less than one participant to win £1 million in each draw.

You may test your lottery by following tonight’s numbers to search out out should you gained.

Tonight’s Nationwide Lottery EuroMillions successful numbers are: 19, 21, 22, 31, 38 and fortunate stars are: 07th, eleventh.

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UK Millionaire Maker Picks: MXQG18797.

Tonight’s Nationwide Lottery Thunderball successful numbers are: 03, 18, 23, 25, 27 Thunderball is 05.

Joe and Jess Thwait grew to become in a single day millionaires in Could after successful a record-breaking jackpot with an enormous £184m jackpot.

The Gloucestershire couple have purchased themselves a brand new property however are attempting to maintain a few of their outdated habits like DIY.

The following highest winner gained £170m in October 2019 however determined to stay nameless.

The thriller millionaire is now richer than Adele, the Sussexes and Ed Sheeran, matching all 5 main numbers and two fortunate stars.

Colin and Chris Weir are third on the Sizzling Record after successful £161 million in 2011.

They splurge on an attractive mansion, and their most humble first purchases embrace a plaid blazer, a pc and a tractor.

Tragically, Colin handed away in December 2019 on the age of 71 after a “transient sickness”.

He had invested in firms like Irn-Bru and Greggs, however was saving as much as put together lobster feasts for buddies at funerals.

Fourth and fifth have been Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Suffolk, who gained £148.6 million after shopping for the Fortunate Dip from a comfort retailer in 2012, and Frances and Patrick Connolly from County Armagh, Northern Eire, who gained £114 million.

The earlier Superdraw winner cashed out £109 million in February, making it the tenth-highest lottery winner in UK historical past.

There was no winner for the ultimate Superdraw scheduled for April 29, so it’s seemingly that one other will likely be introduced sooner or later.

If the Superdraw just isn’t gained tonight, the jackpot will proceed to roll till somebody matches all 5 predominant numbers and two fortunate stars, or till the jackpot cap of £196 million is reached.

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