ONE lucky Brit has won the £111.7 million EuroMillions jackpot.
The ticket holder claimed a life-changing win following Friday night’s draw.
Tonight’s EuroMillions National Lottery winning numbers are 03, 12, 15, 25, 43.
The Lucky Stars are 10 and 11.
UK players were asked to check their tickets as soon as winners had only 180 days to claim.
Andy Carter, senior adviser to winners at the National Lottery, said: “What a great night for UK EuroMillions players, as a single ticket holder claimed the jackpot. EuroMillions worth £111.7m tonight.
“Players are encouraged to check their tickets and call us if they think they’re tonight’s lucky winner.
“Thanks to the National Lottery players, £30 million is generated every week for good causes across the country.
“This money supports projects across the country, with a total of more than 670,000 grants – for projects large and small – made across the UK to date.”
It comes after a Briton won a whopping £46.2million in May.
One ticket from France and one from Switzerland also matched the winning numbers to each receive a third of the £138m prize.
Each EuroMillions ticket also gives you automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker, which ensures at least one player will pocket £1 million in each draw.
You can check if you have won a prize using EuroMillions check the result.
If you purchased your ticket online, the Lottery will email you so you have no chance of missing out on your jackpot.
And if you bought your ticket at a store, you can bring your ticket to any participating store to have your number checked.
With all National Lottery draws, players have 180 days from the draw date to claim their prize if they have a winning ticket.
Back in February, a lucky Briton won a £7.6m jackpot on a single ticket.
Last year, another lucky winner claimed one of the biggest prizes ever with £171m, making them wealthier than Coldplay’s Chris Martin.
Former Brits also made a lot of money from EuroMillions including Frances and Patrick Connolly, New Year’s Day winners, from County Armagh in Northern Ireland – although they later revealed how they gave more half to help others.
Builder Steve Thomson also wants to help friends and family after he and his wife Lenka, from Selsey in West Sussex, won £105m in November 2019.