A RECORD Euromillions jackpot will roll over after no one claimed the winning numbers to Tuesday's draw.
Britons had the chance last night to scoop a record prize draw that was worth £184 million.
Who won Euromillions last night?
No one last night won the whopping jackpot draw, meaning the money will roll over.
However, the £184 million prize will not be added to the next draw on Friday as it has reached its maximum level.
The jackpot of the Euromillions is currently capped at €220m, meaning that once it reaches that point it cannot add extra prize money and roll over again.
That cap was reached on Friday and the jackpot will stay at the same level for five draws unless it is won.
But on the fifth occasion the jackpot amount must be won – even if that means sharing it among all those ticket-holders who are just one number short.
Speaking ahead of Tuesday's draw, Andy Carter, whose job it is to advise winners, said: "I've seen people be sick with excitement, I've seen people resign their job on the spot, I've seen people jumping up and down.
"I've known husbands who haven't told wives and wives who haven't told husbands, I've been to homes where there's literally a party going on already."
If someone were lucky enough to secure the whopping £184 million, a UK winner could buy a house in each of the top 10 priciest streets in the UK, including in Kensington Palace Gardens in London, where house prices average around £30m.
What were last night’s Euromillion number?
The winning EuroMillions numbers were 06, 13, 22, 45, 49 while the winning EuroMillions Lucky Star numbers were 10, 11.
The Millionaire Maker Selection was ZKZF66866.
The National Lottery said they had a "huge influx of players" attempting to buy last minute tickets before the 19:30 BST cut off point – causing the website and app to run slower than normal, with some customers saying they couldn't access the site at all.
Who are the biggest Euromillions winners?
In October 2019, one lucky winner secured the second largest British lottery prize jackpot of £170 million.
However, the lucky ticket holder decided to stay anonymous.
The second highest prize – £161m – went to Colin and Chris Weir, from North Ayrshire, Scotland, in 2011.
The following year, Adrian and Gillian Bayford, from Suffolk, won £148m.
The fourth highest UK winner, who also chose to remain anonymous, took home £123m in 2019.
The highest amount ever won in the EuroMillions was in February when a Swiss player took home 210 million euros (£180m).
Tickets for EuroMillions are sold in nine countries with ticket-holders all trying to win a share of the same jackpot each week.
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