THE biggest EuroMillions jackpot of all time is up for grabs again after no one scooped the mouth-watering £191million top prize tonight.
If a UK ticket holder wins the entire jackpot, they would immediately become the UK’s biggest winner, knocking Gloucestershire couple Joe and Jess Thwaite off the top spot just two months after winning a record 184 million pound sterling.
It comes after National Lottery players failed to predict the five main numbers and two Lucky Star numbers in tonight’s draw, meaning the prize is postponed until Tuesday.
If a British player matched all the numbers in Tuesday’s draw, he would become almost six times richer than singer Dua Lipa, who has an estimated net worth of £36million.
They could also buy themselves a house in Bishops Avenue in north London, known as Billionaires’ Row, where properties have cost around £75million in the past, or the luxurious Doughty House in Richmond, in South West London, which is worth £100million.
The main EuroMillions numbers tonight were: 28, 31, 35, 43, 46.
Meanwhile, the EuroMillions Lucky Star numbers were: 04, 07.
And a British millionaire has been selected with the code MFVF64739.
Andy Carter, Senior National Lottery Winners Adviser, said: “Tuesday is going to be huge – with an incredible EuroMillions jackpot estimated at £191m up for grabs, we could be celebrating our biggest ever UK winner! Think of all the good a victory of this size could do. Players need to get their tickets early to have a chance of winning this amazing draw.
“Thanks to National Lottery players, over £30million is generated every week for good causes across the country. This supports everything from local projects that make a difference where you live, to athletes in our nations at the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The lottery game is played in Ireland, Austria, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
At the moment, the biggest winners in the country are Joe and Jess Thwaite.
The Gloucestershire couple scooped a record £184million jackpot in May.
Despite their astonishing new wealth, one of their first purchases was a used Volvo.
The second biggest payout went to an anonymous ticket holder who claimed £170million in 2019.
Colin and Chris Weir from Largs, North Ayrshire, earned £161million in 2011, while Adrian and Gillian Bayford claimed just over £148million in 2012.
A ticket holder from French Polynesia claimed £184m – as did the Thwaites – in October last year.
The young woman told the press: “I want to explore the world with my family, especially in search of snow, because I have never seen this before.”