National Lottery: UK winner yet to claim £51.7m Euromillions jackpot

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Someone in the UK has won £51.7million on the National Lottery – but is yet to claim it.

The National Lottery is urging people across the country to check their tickets after someone won the entire Euromillions jackpot last Friday.

The winning numbers from the draw were 5, 9, 29, 31, 41, and Lucky Stars 2 and 4.

An appeal said: “Find those and £51,702,049 is all yours.”

The National Lottery added: “The UK really is on a winning streak with this being the fourth EuroMillions jackpot won on these shores this year.

“Back in June an £87million EuroMillions jackpot was won by another lucky UK player.

“February also proved to be a very lucky month for UK EuroMillions players with two huge EuroMillions prizes being won by Brits on two consecutive weeks: two ticket-holders, from the UK and Belgium, split the £39.9million jackpot on 14th February, each banking £19.9million, and the following draw saw another UK winner who bagged the 17th February jackpot of £14.5million.”

According to The Sunday Times Rich List, the jackpot would propel a single ticket-holder into the same league as pop royalty such as Ed Sheeran, who is worth £52million.

The win would also make the ticket-holder almost as rich as Welsh football star Gareth Bale who is worth £54million.


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