Biggest-ever UK lottery winners to go PUBLIC tomorrow after scooping £184m EuroMillions jackpot making them richer than Sir Tom Jones
Winners of Britain’s biggest-ever lottery jackpot are planning to reveal their identities tomorrow.
The couple won a whopping £184m last Tuesday in the EuroMillions but have kept silent until now, shying away from publicity.
Their identity will be revealed at the Ellenborough Park hotel in Cheltenham at 10:35am Thursday, according to a Camelot spokesperson.
The pair are said to be from Gloucestershire, though no further details have been released about the winners of the May 10 disegnare – the biggest on record.
Last Tuesday’s win makes the couple richer than Sir Tom Jones or Harry Kane.
‘Join the lucky pair tomorrow as they share some of their plans for the win and how it will transform the lives of their whole family,’ said Camelot.
An anonymous couple won a whopping £184m last Tuesday in the EuroMillions are planning to reveal their identities tomorrow at a hotel in Cheltenham
Last Tuesday’s winning numbers were: 3, 25, 27, 28 e 29 – plus the Lucky Star numbers 4 e 9.
An anonymous ticket-holder also held the previous record, taking £170million to the bank in October 2019.
Solo 14 players have ever won a jackpot of more than £100million.
It is the second time lucky numbers came up in a EuroMillions jackpot for a UK winner this year, with £109million claimed a few days after a big win on February 4.
UK lottery winners have the option of revealing their identity or staying annoymous.
From the UK National Lottery’s rich list, only two winners out of the ten chose to reveal themselves.
in agosto 2012, Adrian and Gillian Bayford won 190 million euro in a EuroMillions draw, which amounted to just over £148 million.
The couple used their winnings to buy a Grade-II listed estate in Cambridgeshire, complete with cinema and billiards room.
They sold the home in 2021, after a divorce.
Former social worker and teacher Frances Connolly and her husband Patrick won almost £115 million on New Year’s Day in 2019.
She has already given away £60million to charity, as well as sharing her winnings with her friends and family.
The EuroMillions draw is held twice a week, with the first draw taking place on a Tuesday and the second on a Friday, usually taking place between 8.15pm and 8.45pm.