A lucky British bettor at the National Lottery won a record of £ 123m.

Their massive gain is the third biggest win of the all-time Euromillion jackpot in the UK.

The winning numbers of the Euromillions National Lottery are: 27, 46, 42, 25, 39 and the lucky Stars are: 11, 12.

Millionaire Maker Selection: – A British millionaire has been created, reports MirrorOnline.

The winning numbers of the Thunderball National Lottery are: 01, 03, 06, 09, 18 and the Thunderball is 02.

Andy Carter, Senior Advisor to the National Lottery Winners, said: "A very lucky ticket holder has won the entire 123 million Euro Euro jackpot tonight, catapulting him to third place in the biggest win of the national lottery in the UK.

"Players from across the country are invited to check their tickets to see if they are the last winner of the National Lottery's mega jackpot.

"This year has been truly incredible for British Euro Millions players, with four winners from one jackpot to the present on those shores.

"Northern Ireland's Patrick and Frances Connolly won the £ 114.9m jackpot in the New Year's draw. Ade Goodchild cashed £ 71m in March and an anonymous ticket holder in London. raised £ 35.2m in April. "

The biggest winners of the Euro Millions

The winner joins a small list of millionaires who have celebrated similar scoops.

Colin and Chris Weir of Largs, North Ayrshire, Scotland, were "tickled in pink" after becoming Europe's biggest lottery winner in July 2011.

The husband and wife were catapulted into the Sunday Times Rich List over the Beatles Ringo Starr and Sir Tom Jones with their gain of 161 million pounds.

40-year-old Gillian Bayford, a children's nurse, and her husband, record seller Adrian, 41, from Haverhill, Suffolk, announced plans to have fun on luxury vacations and cars when won in August 2012.

The two men separated 15 months after their victory, but they remained on good terms.

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How to play the lottery

You can get tickets from most UK newsagents and supermarkets from 8am to 11pm most days.

Tickets cost £ 2 and draws take place every day of the week.

All you have to do to play is simply to choose six numbers between 1 and 59.

In addition to changing the lives of the winners, the National Lottery funds projects across the UK.

Each week, a portion of ticket sales is devoted to different causes.

Players must be 16 years of age or older and physically in the UK or Isle of Man.

You can play online at the lottery website or at most newsagents.

The exotic vacation you dream of could become a reality if you win the huge jackpot tonight.