EuroMillions jackpot is revealed – here are some of the luckiest numbers

Someone could be in with a chance of winning a lot of money (Picture: Rex Features)

A lucky person could be in with a chance of winning £180million in Tuesday’s EuroMillions jackpot.

It means a fortunate person could be as rich as pop sensation Harry Styles who is worth £175million and Adele worth £170million, according to The Sunday Times.

If this was all laid out in £50 notes it would stretch all the way from Southampton to Newcastle.

If the notes were towered high they would be three times the size of the Great Pyramids of Giza.

But the knack to it all is to obviously get the right numbers and that is easier said than done.

Andy Carter, Senior Winners’ Advisor at The National Lottery, said: ‘Wow, this is an enormous amount of money and one lucky UK ticket-holder could bag the lot and find themselves as rich as some of the most iconic names in music.

‘This massive amount could not only change a winners’ life, but would make a huge difference to their friends, family and community.

‘My team and I have the champagne on ice, ready and waiting to support our next big winner as they start their life-changing journey.

‘EuroMillions players should grab their tickets early to be in with a chance of winning this incredible prize.’

This jackpot is the third largest sum ever recorded in the UK, just £4million off the second biggest win recorded in the country.

Luckiest EuroMillions numbers

The main numbers which have appeared the most are 34 (drawn 16 times), 44, 35 and 23 (all drawn 12 times), 33 and 21 (drawn 11 times).

The most-drawn ‘lucky stars’ are 10 (drawn 21 times) and 11 (drawn 17 times).

This was won by Joe and Jess Thwaite who won £184million in May 2022.

It is also the 19th win in the UK that is over £100million.

Earlier this year, Richard and Debbie Nuttall won £61million in January.

Players can get their tickets for Tuesday’s jackpot via the National Lottery website, app, or retail stores before 7.30pm on the day and then the draw is held at 8.45pm.

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