The numbers drawn on Friday were 3, 16, 23, 32 and 39, with Lucky Stars 1 and 4. As well as the jackpot winner, there were three players - including one from the UK - who matched five main numbers plus one Lucky Star to scoop £225,273 (€356,433). Another 16 participants also picked up £9,837 (€15,565) after matching five main numbers.
The other prizes won ranged from £2.60 (€4.20) for matching two main numbers to £2,026 (€3,205) for matching four main numbers plus two Lucky Stars. Take a look at the EuroMillions Results page for more information, including a full prize breakdown and details of supplementary games such as the Millionaire Maker.
The UK has now had 69 EuroMillions jackpot winners since the game was launched in 2004, making it the third most successful country. France leads the way on 87, with Spain sitting second on 84. Portugal is three behind the UK on 66, while all of the other participating nations have had multiple winners.
The last time a UK player won the jackpot was on Friday 25th August, when a top prize of £15.7 million was given away. The latest winner now has 180 days to come forward and claim their money, and can decide whether to go public with their story or remain anonymous.
The jackpot will stay at £15 million (€17 million) for the next draw on Tuesday, and fans of the game can give themselves a chance of winning by visiting authorised retailers in participating countries or choosing numbers online. Good luck!