The news that a Briton has won £81 million in the EuroMillions places them sixth in the National Lottery Rich List. Who are the other nine?
Adrian and Gillian Bayford from Haverhill in Suffolk won more than £148.6 million in the EuroMillions jackpot on Friday.
The huge prize is the second biggest in lottery history.
A British EuroMillions winner who scooped £81 million has chosen to remain anonymous after claiming the huge prize today.
A Camelot spokeswoman said: "We're delighted that the ticketholder has now come forward to claim this life-changing prize. We are unable to confirm whether the ticket-holder is an individual or part of a syndicate, however they will now be offered the full support of Camelot's Winner Services Team.
"As with all major jackpot winners, they will receive independent, financial and legal advice as well as on-going personal support."
The winning numbers were 34, 38, 13, 08, 26 and the Lucky Star numbers were 03 and 11.
An £81 million EuroMillions lottery jackpot has been claimed and is being paid out to a UK ticketholder, Camelot said today.
The winner is deciding whether to go public or remain anonymous
We asked ITV News viewers on our Facebook page how they would spend £81 million if they won the EuroMillions jackpot:
– Beth from Oxfordshire
Buy a house, build a pool, donate to charity [and] give my parents some... holiday!
I'd firstly go [on] holiday with all my family and friends. Then I'd be off to America with my son to have pioneering surgery so he has a chance to walk for the first time in ten years. Then I'd buy a huge bit of land and have an adapted bungalow built for my son's needs. With the rest, I would start off a charity for all with disabilities and give to a few other organisations.
– MartiN IN lANCASHIRE
Buy my beloved Preston North End F.C. for £30 million and get the club in the Premier League.
Someone in the UK has won £81 million in the EuroMillions lottery - the sixth largest amount ever claimed in a lottery in the UK.
Such an amount could buy the lucky winner two private Greek islands like Omfori, which was recently advertised for £40 million.
Or they could buy a fleet of 30 Lamborghini Venenos. One of the most expensive cars on Earth, the Veneno is capable of a top speed of 220 mph and sells for around £2.5 million.
Or they could buy a canal-side mansion in London's Regent Park, although they shouldn't expect much change - homes in this area goes for around £80 million.
Alternatively they could buy a couple of flats in the Shard (£30 - 50 million each).
The winner of the £81 million EuroMillions jackpot will become the joint 908th richest person in Britain, according to The Sunday Times Rich List 2012.
The lucky winner is just £10 million short of music legend Brian May who is worth £90 million, but can boast of being four times richer than Adele who has a fortune of £20 million.
For those who have not checked their tickets yet, the numbers were 34,38,13,08,26 and the Lucky Star numbers were 03 and 11.
A Briton tonight scooped a huge £81 million by landing the EuroMillions jackpot.
The mystery winner's gargantuan haul is not the largest ever won on the lottery but puts the ticket-holder sixth on the National Lottery Rich List.
A National Lottery spokesman said: "We've been giving the rest of Europe a chance to win big this year but Lady Luck is clearly shining back down on the UK once again.
"This new jackpot winning ticket-holder flies into sixth place in the exclusive National Lottery Rich List just behind an anonymous ticket-holder who won £84.4 million in May 2010.
Watch George Traykov answer questions from journalists who appear much more excited about his win than he does.
A man who won the lottery twice has appeared distinctly underwhelmed by his success. At a press conference, George Traykov, who's from Ilford, said he was not "that bothered" by winning £160,000 on the Euromillions, on top of a previous £1 million win.
Mr Traykov, who never picks his own numbers and always plays the lucky dip, was so laid back about his second big money win that he didn't even claim it until two months after the prize draw in November.
Mr Traykov, who's originally from Bulgaria, bought his winning ticket at a Tesco store in Barking and could maybe one day make it a hat-trick of wins as he said he planned to carry on playing.
A mystery lottery player has lost out on a £64 million fortune after the deadline for them to claim the life-changing prize expired.
The unlucky individual, who bought the winning EuroMillions ticket in Hertfordshire, had until 11pm today to collect the massive windfall.
But despite a National Lottery publicity campaign, the would-be multi-millionaire missed the 180-day deadline - making the £63,837,543.60 prize the biggest unclaimed lottery win in history.
The bumper haul of money, plus all the interest it has generated, will now go to the National Lottery Good Causes - adding to the £29 billion already raised through sales of lottery tickets since the National Lottery launched in November 1994.
A mystery lottery winner has one last chance to claim what could turn out to be an early, and very welcome, Christmas present.
A EuroMillions prize won on June 8th, worth nearly £64 million still hasn't been claimed. The deadline to come forward is 11pm tonight.
The National Lottery has tried to find the ticketholder using adverts, posters and even a town crier.