BRIT has won a staggering £109m in tonight’s EuroMillions draw.
Lucky ticket holders are the only winners from tonight’s big draw – meaning they’ve suddenly become richer Harry Styles.
Harry is ranked number 10 on The Times’ 50 Rich Young People List with a fortune of £75 million.
However, that pales in comparison to the lucky set claimed by tonight’s winner, who used the numbers 3, 25, 38, 43 and 49 and the numbers 3 and 7 of the Lucky Star.
The second British also won Choose a millionaire producer with code MBVJ61669.
Andy Carter of Camelot, senior adviser to winners at The National Lottery, said: “What a fantastic night for a UK lone ticket holder to win the huge EuroMillions Super Jackpot. giant £109.9 million tonight.
“Players are encouraged to check their tickets and call us if they think they’re tonight’s lucky winner.
“National Lottery players have made a huge difference to the National Lottery of Good Causes across the country, generating over £30 million a week.
“Thanks to National Lottery players, more than £1.2 billion has been distributed to date across the UK to help tackle the impact of coronavirus.”
If ticket holders have any concerns about how their new assets will be spent, Mr. Carter has some sage advice.
He told Sun Online: “Take your time. When people win, it suddenly becomes serious, so people are often not as generous as they think they are.
“It was a big shock. And sometimes you can worry about the shock and forget to celebrate.
“And really Winning the lottery is a wonderful and wonderful thing happens to anyone.
“For your own sake, you want to look back and really think, I’ll never forget this.
“Because I think if anything happens to your life – if you get married, if you move house, if you have a child – you celebrate it.”
Tonight’s prize is the 11th biggest lottery draw ever. The biggest prize ever won in the UK was back in October 2019, when £170.2 million was claimed.
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Since 1994 when the National Lottery was founded, players have raised more than £45 billion for good causes.
In 2021 alone, more than 660,000 individual grants have been made for good causes across the UK – the equivalent of around 235 in each UK postcode county.
2021 is also an unusual year for National Lottery winners. A total of 360 players joined the exclusive millionaires club last year – that’s almost one new millionaire every day.
Any cash unclaimed after a total of 180 days from a game being played in the UK will go to National Lottery projects across the country.
Those in Ireland only have half that time to claim, with just 90 days left before the bonus is undisputed.
Once the claim period ends, the ticket officially expires and lottery ticket holders will not be able to claim any of their winnings.
Lottery experts’ top tips for tonight’s winners
first – And breathe: You didn’t have money yesterday so there’s no need to rush. There is rarely anything that needs to be done right now so take a moment to plan and dream. You just won big money – allow yourself time to get used to that fact. People hope and dream that they will win the National Lottery, and even sometimes talk about what they will do when they win but these ideas often change once it actually happens. out, especially when it’s a large amount like this.
2 – Go on vacation: If possible, stay away for a few weeks. We all use periods of time away from home as a time to think, and with your new massive bank balance, you need that time. We encourage the winners to take a break – even just for the next few days to let the victory seep in.
3 – Treat yourself: You’ve just won over £100m – buy yourself the thing you’ve always wanted but can’t justify! Be it a handbag, a pair of shoes or a jacket, it can help set you up for victory and make it all feel a little more real.
4 – Get advice from the experts: This is an incredible amount and you will need some support. Surround yourself with a good team of professionals you trust to help manage your affairs. We will introduce you to people who can help give you some helpful advice.
5 – Organize important documents: It’s not just about checks. Wills and Powers of Attorney are really important documents to have and listen to for any gift giving, inheritance tax and trust advice. It is important to do some financial planning and organize your legal affairs.
6 – Give: We know lottery winners are generous people, but think about the gifts you want to give. Talk to the recipient in advance, what do you want the gift to achieve? How do they feel about that? Try not to stick to a certain amount of money, how can your life-changing victory make a difference to the people you love?
7 – Set your purpose: You’ve won a life-changing amount of money, chances are you’ll want to think about if you want to continue your current job, if not, what would you do instead? Will you volunteer or start your own charity? Starting a business, perhaps? What is your purpose and what are your goals now? We all need a reason to get out of bed – not sure if it’s going to be your old job, so what would it be?
8 – Talk to other lottery winners: Now you are in a single club. Other members of the millionaire club are the best possible source of advice. They’ll know how you feel and it’s great to share stories with them. We provide opportunities for public and non-public winners to meet on different occasions.
9 – Stay in touch with your Winner Advisor: At Camelot, we pride ourselves on the unwavering support we provide to those going through this amazing experience. We’ll be there every step of the way to guide you and introduce you to professionals who can help, from private bankers, attorneys, financial planners, life coaches and even a personal trainer. luxury concierge company.
ten – Celebrate that day! In whatever way works for you – whether it’s with a glass of wine or a cup of tea, mark the event and make sure you create memories. The story of your lottery win will be passed down through generations like a family legend! Make sure you document it with photos, diaries, and mementos.
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