EuroMillions: £111million super jackpot TONIGHT – it could make you one of richest ever UK winners | The Sun

EuroMillions: £111million super jackpot TONIGHT – it could make you one of richest ever UK winners | The Sun

YOU could be the lucky winner of the EuroMillions £111million jackpot TONIGHT – making you one of the UK's richest ever winners.

The eye-watering winnings are up for grabs for another few hours, but you must buy your ticket before 7.30pm tonight ahead of the draw around 8pm.

The life-changing amount will be the 1,538th EuroMillions draw and one of a few special "Superdraws" throughout the year which guarantee winners a nine-figure reward.

But the winning ticket holder will become the sixth biggest winner of the game in the UK.

Joe and Jess Thwaite became overnight millionaires with a mega-sum of £184million in May, after winning the record-breaking jackpot.

The Gloucestershire couple have bought themselves a new property but are trying to keep to some of their old routines, like doing their own DIY.

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The next highest winner bagged a £170million win back in October 2019, but decided to stay anonymous.

The mystery millionaire, who is now richer than Adele, The Sussexes and Ed Sheeran, matched all five main numbers plus the two lucky stars.

Colin and Chris Weir came in at third on the hot list after winning £161million in 2011.

They splashed out on a stunning mansion and their humble first buys included a checked sports jacket, a computer and a tractor.

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Sadly, Colin died in December 2019 at the age of 71 after succumbing to a “short illness”.

He had invested in companies like Irn-Bru and Greggs, but saved money to throw his friends a lobster feast at the funeral.

Fourth and fifth spot are taken up by Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Suffolk, who won £148.6million in 2012 after buying a Lucky Dip from a convenience store, and Frances and Patrick Connolly, from County Armagh in Northern Ireland, who won £114million.

The previous Superdraw winner cashed in £109million back in February, becoming the tenth highest lottery winner in UK history.

The last Superdraw due to take place on April 29 had no winner, so another one is likely to be announced in the future.

If a Superdraw is not won tonight, the top prize will continue to roll over until someone matches all five main numbers and both Lucky Stars or until it reaches the jackpot cap of £196million.

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