ANYONE scooping tomorrow's biggest-ever Lottery jackpot will be richer than Adele.
The singer’s fortune is £140million, well short of the record £184million EuroMillions pot up for grabs.
A lucky winner would be in the same league as Scottish DJ Calvin Harris at £180million and pop star Robbie Williams worth £185million.
The jackpot, which has rolled over nine times, is enough to buy an eight-bed £110million super yacht.
And there would still be plenty left over for a private Bahamas island with 20-bed house and landing strip — which is being auctioned by Sotheby’s for £44million.
The EuroMillions UK record is £170million, won by an anonymous player in October 2019.
Nobody picked the winning numbers for Friday’s £172million.
The maximum the jackpot can reach before being split among winners is 250million euros — a whopping £212million.
Camelot’s Andy Carter said yesterday: “If one winner banks the lot, they would instantly become the UK’s biggest ever winner.”
Meanwhile, a £1million jackpot will go to good causes unless it is claimed by October 27.
The Millionaire Maker ticket, code ZVWT 35504, was bought on April 30 in Harrow, North West London.
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