One UK ticket-holder has won Friday’s £15.2 million EuroMillions jackpot, the National Lottery has said.
The winner of Friday's jackpot comes days after another EuroMillions player netted £16.5 million after sharing the main prize from Tuesday's game with another player in France.
Andy Carter, senior winners' adviser at The National Lottery, said: "It's great news for a UK ticket-holder who has scooped tonight's £15.2 million EuroMillions jackpot.
"This winner follows hot on the heels of Tuesday's UK jackpot winner who won a massive £16.5 million - which is still waiting to be claimed."
He added: "Remember you have 180 days from the day of the draw to claim any prize. That means all of the winners in tonight's draw have until 25 November 2020 to claim their prize.
"Just be sure to keep your winning ticket safe during this period, including signing the back of it."
It was revealed earlier this week that one UK ticket-holder will share Tuesday’s EuroMillions jackpot with a player from France, with each winning £16.5 million.
It comes after dad-of-two and dedicated essential worker Anthony Canter said karma was to thank for his life-changing £1m EuroMillions win.
Mr Canter, 33, from Maldon in Essex, has been working throughout lockdown maintaining the water quality for hospitals and care homes in central London.
While many would say this was reason enough for his win, he also saved a policeman's life while one his way to work.
Ryan Hoyle, 38, also recently won a whopping £58,366,487 on the EuroMillions and finds himself in 20th place on The National Lottery millionaire Rich List.
Heartbreakingly Ryan, a hard-working joiner from near Rochdale, said he couldn't hug his family after his jackpot win because of the current coronavirus lockdown.
He couldn't believe what he was seeing when he discovered the win while checking his emails at 6am on Saturday morning.
After checking his numbers he raced straight over to his mum and dad's house – and had to pass his phone through the window while they double checked them.
He later celebrated with a beer alongside his brothers – all while maintaining social distancing.
Britain's youngest EuroMillions winner Jane Park, now 24, was just 17 years of age when she scooped £1 million in 2013 after entering the EuroMillions jackpot.
She recently shared a steamy snap with her followers on Instagram as she boasted about the size of her bank account.
The Edinburgh lotto winner posted a sultry snap on the social media platform, to the delight of her adoring fans.
Its caption read: "Talk big s**t but my bank account matchin'."
The winning numbers in Friday's EuroMillions draw are 04, 11, 08, 46, 19.
The Lucky Star numbers are 04, 08.
One UK millionaire has also been created in the UK Millionaire Raffle Selection with the ticket code: JGSN48624.