Lucky lottery ticket holder woke up £ 184million on Saturday after breaking the record EuroMillions jackpot.
The winning numbers were: 49, 21, 26, 34, 31, the Lucky Stars being: 05, 02.
And it was a happy winner in France who won the prize on Friday evening.
The lottery The draw means the French ticket holder becomes the biggest EuroMillions winner of all time, knocking an anonymous ticket holder in Switzerland down from first place, who claimed £ 177million in February.
The Brits were fortunate enough to win the record-breaking amount in the raffle earlier this week, but no one claimed the cash prize, seeing him turn around for the second time.
Tuesday’s jackpot is now around £ 14million.
Friday’s winner can now count himself richer than the singer Adele, whose net worth is £ 130million, according to The Sunday Times Rich List.
They can afford to buy a house in each of the 10 most expensive streets in the UK, including Kensington Palace Gardens in London, where the average price of a house is almost £ 30million sterling.
The current UK record holder is an anonymous £ 170million who won in October 2019.
There have been five UK EuroMillions jackpot winners so far this year, including the anonymous winners of £ 122million in April and £ 111million in June.
Since 2004, there have been over 1,400 EuroMillions draws, with France having the most number of winners, the country having over 833,000,000 lucky ticket holders.
The UK follows closely behind with at least 716,000,000 winners, while Spain comes in third with almost 613,000,000.But the UK has the highest number of jackpot winners, claiming over 22% of all jackpot scoops with 114 lucky ticket holders.
An anonymous winner in Switzerland landed the biggest jackpot of £ 177million in February.
This was less than three months after a ticket holder in France won £ 170million in December 2020.
In third place is Great Britain, with the country’s biggest lottery winner, which received a £ 170 million jackpot in October 2019, but decided to remain anonymous.
The second biggest prize won in Britain went to a Scottish couple Colin et Chris Weir in 2011, who received £ 161million and spent part of his earnings on a £ 3.5million mansion and cars.
The couple split in 2019 and later that year Colin died after a short illness.
In 2012, Suffolk-based couple Adrian and Gillian Bayford won Britain’s second biggest jackpot of £ 148million and used part of the winnings to buy a mansion for £ 6.5million sterling.
They divorced 15 months after their victory.