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EuroMillions results: Winning National Lottery numbers for huge £42million jackpot

It’s Tuesday evening which means EuroMillions players will be scrambling to check their tickets after the latest set of results were released. This time there’s a stunning amount of money on the cards which one lucky Brit could take home. It’s a truly life-changing sum of money which could mean quitting your job, buying your dream home and seeing the world or at least the holiday of a lifetime. You have to have entered to be in with a chance, though. The EuroMillions draw has taken place and the Thunderball was also drawn, with a tidy prize of £500,000. Tonight’s jackpot is an estimated £42million, a seriously life-changing amount. If you won you could retire instantly, and start making all of your dreams come true. The winning numbers in the main EuroMillions draw are: 02, 08, 17, 28 and 35, while the Lucky Stars are: 07 and 09. Tuesday also saw the draw for the Thunderball. Tonight’s Thunderball numbers were: 07, 16, 17, 27, 36 and the Thunderball is 01. You can still take home some of the money with fewer numbers, and just two could mean a small winning. Not your night? The EuroMillions is played again on Friday night when there’ll be another chance to cash in on the eye-watering sum. The EuroMillions draw takes place every Tuesday and Friday, with a ticket costing £2.50 and including automatic entry into the UK Millionaire Maker draw, which creates new UK millionaires every week, guaranteed. It comes after the estranged husband of EuroMillions winner Gillian Bayford told friends he still might try for a slice of her £148million despite signing a prenup, it has been reported. Convicted fraudster Brian Deans married Gillian, 51, after her split with her first husband Adrian, who she was with when they scooped one of the lottery’s biggest jackpots ever back in 2012. This is a breaking news story. Follow us on Google News, Flipboard, Apple News, Twitter, Facebook or visit The Mirror homepage.

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