A lucky player has scooped the £127 million top prize in tonight’s Euromillions draw.
The jackpot winning ticket was purchased in Spain, lottery bosses said.
The winning numbers in tonight’s draw were 12, 16, 23, 33, 41, while the two lucky stars were 8 and 10.
In total, 72,000 people here won prizes.
A winner in Ireland picked up more than £100,000 after matching five numbers and the Lucky Star, the Irish Mirror reports.
At the weekend Mirror Online reported that a couple who won £105 million had splashed out on a second hand car and van.
The modest purchase is the result of builder Steve Thomson, 42, and his wife Lenka’s effort to avoid squandering their winnings.
They have shocked neighbours by staying in their three-bedroom terraced home, despite claiming the top prize seven months ago.
Their two teenage sons even share a room in the cosy home, however the family has reportedly been unable to move because of the lockdown.
The Thomsons only major indulgence has been buying a second hand Volkswagen van for Steve and a Volvo XC90 for 41-year-old Lenka, it is claimed.