Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions winners to go public

The winners are a couple from Gloucestershire.

Laura Parnaby
Wednesday 18 May 2022 17:58
The winners are a couple from Gloucestershire (Alamy/PA)
The winners are a couple from Gloucestershire (Alamy/PA)

Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions lottery winners will go public on Thursday.

After scooping a record-breaking £184,262,899 last week, the winners – a couple from Gloucestershire – have said they will celebrate publicly, according to Camelot.

The jackpot winners will share how they plan to spend the millions and how it will transform the lives of their family, the National Lottery operator added.

The record was previously held by an anonymous ticket-holder who banked £170 million in October 2019.

The new record-breakers mark the second EuroMillions jackpot won in the UK this year, with the £109 million jackpot from the draw on February 4 claimed a few days later.

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