Ticket-holder stakes claim to £32.5m Lotto jackpot prize
A ticket-holder has come forward to claim a £32.5 million Lotto jackpot which was won in the UK on Saturday, Camelot said.
One winner scooped Saturday's jackpot of £32,534,188 million, the National Lottery operator confirmed.
The claim, which needs to be validated, could see the unknown ticket-holder receive the money as soon as Monday.
As of yet, there is no information on whether the prize was won individually or as part of a syndicate, or where the ticket was purchased.
A National Lottery spokesman said: "Lotto promises bigger winners and more millionaires, and it has delivered.
"This ticket-holder is the third biggest Lotto winner, with the biggest ever winners only having been made last month."
The ticket-holder is the 85th Lotto millionaire made in the game's record breaking run since October.
"It is fantastic this winner has come forward to claim their prize. The champagne is chilled and we have plenty to go round all of the new winners joining the National Lottery millionaires club."
The winning numbers were 48, 23, 16, 39, 15, 59 and the bonus number was 36.
Set of balls five and draw machine Guinevere were used.
One ticket-holder matched five numbers and the bonus ball to win £110,904.
Sixty-five people matched five numbers to win £1,796 each, while 5,808 people matched four numbers to win £129 each.
A total of 144,759 people matched three numbers, winning £25 each, while 1,476,976 people won a free Lotto Lucky Dip for matching two numbers.