Another UK EuroMillions Jackpot Winner in 2019
A successful year for UK players has continued with a seventh EuroMillions winner. The £41m jackpot was won in the UK on December 3 draw.
The winning numbers were 18 – 31 – 32 – 38 – 48, with Lucky Stars 4 and 12.
An exciting 2020 awaits EuroMillions Winner
The latest winner has decided to stay anonymous after claiming their jackpot win. This win also comes just a few weeks after the last UK based jackpot winner.
With about 2 weeks left of the year, winners from the UK have smashed through the half-billion pound mark with their EuroMillions jackpot winnings this year.
While some, like the latest winner, have chosen to keep their names out of the press, others have been more than happy to let the world know about their good fortune.
Seventh heaven for UK players in 2019
2019 initially started with a bang. New Years Day saw Patrick and Frances Connolly walk away with £114m.
Their perfect start to the year also meant that around 50 of their close family and friends got to share in their luck. They vowed to help out those closest to them after confirming their Lucky Dip win with Camelot at 8 am the next day.
Next was Ade Goodchild who took away £71m from the mid-March draw. Far from wanting to hide his newfound wealth, Mr Goodchild celebrated with pizza while making plans to enjoy everything from major sporting events to employing a private chef and chauffeur.
He said “I’m not one of these winners who is going to say this win won’t change me. It bloody well will or at least I’ll give it a damn good go.”
EuroMillions Winners choose to stay anonymous
The next three winners, in April, June and October all opted to remain anonymous. This included the ticket holder of the largest ever EuroMillions Jackpot win. They claimed the top prize of £170m in October after a series of rollovers in a Must-be-Won draw.
In November, just before the latest winner came forward, Steve and Lenka Thompson claimed £105m. Unlike Mr Goodchild, Mr Thompson promised his customers he would complete all of his outstanding work. He has since been pictured back at his day job after a short break to let his change of lifestyle sink in.
He decided to come forward after saying that it would have been “so difficult to live a lie and not tell anyone about the win.” He and his wife Lenka now plan to move house and quit their day jobs.
There is still time for players in the UK to win another jackpot, with £14 million up for grabs this week. 2020 could see the UK’s luck continue, so play EuroMillions now and you can join the Seven EuroMillions winners from this year.