The big prize of the EuroMillions lottery has rolled over for the draw scheduled on July 8th, Friday and it has become the game’s largest jackpot at a whopping £191 million.
No winner on Tuesday
The jackpot for the EuroMillions lottery draw on Tuesday had been valued at £186 million, but there were no winners because of which it has now been added to Friday’s draw. The jackpot will continue to rollover if it is not won, until it hits a cap of £230 million.
According to the numbers, any lucky winner of the EuroMillions jackpot on Friday would become richer than Harry Styles, who has a net worth of £100 million, and richer than Adele as well, who has a net worth of £150 million.
Moreover, the winning would also be significantly larger than the £2 million prize that will be given to the winners of the Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Singles titles this year at the Wimbledon tennis championships.
The National Lottery’s senior winners’ adviser, Andy Carter said that their team had been involved with the big winners and hadn’t gotten a chance to see that EuroMillions has had some great luck in the United Kingdom. He said that EuroMillions makes the biggest winners and these jackpots can be life-changing and allows them to support their friends, families and communities. So far, about 14 winners in the UK have managed to claim prizes of about £100 million this year.
However, it should be noted that whoever wins the Friday jackpot of the EuroMillions lottery will be able to instantly become the biggest prize winner. The previous winners were a couple from Gloucestershire who had won £184 million less than two months ago. The winners, Jess and Joe Thwaite, are very modest and spent £38,000 of their prize money on a car.