The family will now host a celebration in honour of their good fortune before jetting off to Spain for a break. They told the press gathered at the lottery headquarters that they were looking forward to being able to buy their dream family home and live mortgage-free.
Friday’s Match 5+1 winners were just one Lucky Star away from pocketing the jackpot of £62.7 million (€81.9 million). Although there were no top prize winners, more than two and a half million players across Europe received cash awards, and you can check the results and prize breakdown at the EuroMillions Results section to see if you might have won a prize as well!
Tonight’s jackpot will hit a mighty £68 million (€89 million), following a run of eight rollovers since a Spanish player picked up £60.6 million (€83.2 million) in the draw on Friday 18th December 2015. To become 2016’s first multimillionaire winner, you need to buy EuroMillions tickets online or from authorised retailers in any of the participating countries. Tickets remain on sale until 7:30pm GMT (8:30pm CET).