EuroMillions winner will be richer than Ant and Dec after scooping £113m jackpot on Tuesday

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
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The EuroMillions jackpot has soared to a colossal £113 million, with the next draw set to take place tomorrow night, potentially making the winner wealthier than Geordie TV favourites Ant and Dec.

This week's EuroMillions prize is a life-changing sum that could catapult the victor into the stratosphere of Britain's rich list, surpassing even the combined fortunes of all four judges from Britain's Got Talent. With Ant and Dec each boasting an estimated fortune of £62 million, the lucky individual who claims the jackpot will find themselves richer than either member of the nation's beloved presenting pair.

Should a Brit come out on top in Tuesday's draw, they would be etched into the National Lottery's history books as the 12th largest winner ever and the 19th person to secure over £100 million. To participate in EuroMillions, which costs £2.50 per play, entrants must select five main numbers plus two Lucky Stars.

National Lottery's Senior Winners' Advisor, Andy Carter, commented on the staggering jackpot, advising: "Tuesday's fabulous jackpot could be one to remember if an incredibly lucky UK ticket-holder scoops the entire sum. My first piece of advice to our winners is to breathe and take it all in - you didn't have the money yesterday so there is no need to rush."

"You've just won mega amounts of money, allow yourself some time to get used to that fact. People hope and dream that they will win, and sometimes even talk about what they will do when they win but these ideas often change once it actually happens, especially when it's an amount this big. My team and I have our fingers crossed for all UK players and are on standby to support all our big winners as they start their life-changing journey. Make sure you grab your ticket early to be in with a chance of winning! ", reports the Mirror.

In June last year, one anonymous winner claimed the £111.7million jackpot, while on New Year's Day in 2019, Frances and Patrick Connolly scooped an eye-watering £114,969,775 - but the selfless couple have since given away more than half to worthy causes. Already this year, Richard and Debbie Nuttall landed eight figures, winning £61million on the EuroMillions.

Players are urged to get their EuroMillions tickets before 7.30pm on Tuesday to be in with a chance of winning the life-changing prize.