A LUCKY Brit has come forward to claim the EuroMillions jackpot of £54.9million, just days after someone else won £7.4m.
The lucky winner matched all seven numbers to scoop £54,957,242.50 in the draw on June 10.
The claim will now be verified before the prize is paid out – and the ticket-holder will then decide if they want to go public with their win.
Senior winners’ adviser at Camelot Andy Carter said: “Our focus is now on supporting the ticketholder through the process and helping them start to enjoy their truly life changing win.”
Any potential winner has just 180 days to come forward – or they could lose the lot.
If the money isn’t awarded within that time, it’s donated to National Lottery projects and good causes across the country.
Tonight, a further £122million Euromillions prize is up for grabs.
It comes just days after someone walked away with £7,440,150 in the weekend National Lottery draw.
And another player scooped £20 million in the Jubilee-themed draw during the bank holiday weekend.
On February 4, an anonymous winner claimed £109m, and on May 10, Joe and Jess Thwaite of Gloucestershire were handed a record-breaking £184m jackpot.
The low-key couple have already spent some of their winnings on a second-hand Volvo – despite being able to afford a fleet of supercars.
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