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£63.8m lottery prize for UK winner
A UK ticket-holder has scooped a £63.8 million share of the EuroMillions jackpot, a National Lottery spokeswoman said.
The haul puts the lucky winner on a par with other multi-million-pound jackpot winners including Colin and Chris Weir, from Largs in North Ayrshire, who won £161 million last July.
Other big winners include a ticket-holder who banked £113,019,926 in October 2010 but decided not to go public, and Dave Dawes and wife Angela, from Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, who claimed £101,203,600 last October.
The massive pot came about because of a double-rollover - last Friday six people won £266,505.80 each after matching five main numbers and one lucky star, but no-one matched all seven to claim the £106 million jackpot.
The spokeswoman said: "Lady Luck is clearly shining down on the UK once again with another big EuroMillions win this year - the sixth jackpot win this year.
"We're absolutely delighted that a UK ticket-holder has scooped a £63.8 million share of this massive jackpot, alongside one ticket-holder in Belgium. We've got the champagne on ice and look forward to welcoming the ticket-holder into the National Lottery millionaires' club."
The exact amount won by the UK ticket-holder was £63,837,543.60.
If the winner is looking for a glass of champagne to celebrate their luck, they could go for a limited edition 12-bottle case of Pernod-Ricard Perrier-Jouet which sell for around £32,000 each. Or they could treat themselves to 450 pairs of the world's most expensive shoes - the £140,000 diamond-encrusted heels made by the House of Borgezie.
Should the winner feel the need for speed, a Bugatti Veyron - the fastest road-legal car in the world - will set you back a cool £1.4million. Or they could buy all 20 special edition Sesto Elemento Lamborghinis at £1.9million each.
A private jet can cost around £15 million, while a luxury yacht is priced in the region of £13 million - a drop in the ocean for the EuroMillions winner. And if the ticketholder wants to show devotion to their local football team by buying the club, a League One football team could go for as little as £30 million, or maybe even a Championship squad if you are lucky.