One lucky Brit is now £34 million richer after scooping tonight's EuroMillions jackpot - continuing the UK's lucky lottery streak.
The winner - who has come forward but whose identity is still a secret - is the eighth person from the UK to claim the top prize so far this year, and the fourth this month alone.
It comes after three players from the UK shared a EuroMillions jackpot at the start of September.
Last month, a mother from south Wales who bought a ticket while recovering from an operation to remove a tumour won £61.1m.
Andy Carter, the senior winners' adviser at the National Lottery, said it had been an "incredible" year for British EuroMillions players.
The winning numbers were 05, 08, 14, 22, 32.
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