The numbers drawn were 8, 10, 24, 33 and 42, with Lucky Stars 3 and 9. The Belgian lottery is now waiting for the lucky player to come forward, so the country can crown its second biggest winner of all time, after a father of four from Brussels scooped €168 million on Tuesday 11th October 2016.
As well as the jackpot winner, seven ticket holders from across the nine participating countries won £178,884 (€290,732) after matching five main numbers plus one Lucky Star, while 23 players matched five main numbers to pocket £12,680 (€20,609).Take a look at the latest EuroMillions Results for more information.
There have now been eight winners of the top prize in 2017 - two from Belgium, two from the UK and one each from France, Portugal, Spain and Ireland. The record for the largest jackpot is still shared by two ticket holders - Adrian and Gillian Bayford from the UK, and an unnamed Portuguese participant, who both won after the top prize had hit its €190 million cap.
EuroMillions fans will have another chance to win a fortune in Tuesday night’s draw, when the jackpot will stand at £14 million (€17 million). Numbers can be chosen online or via authorised retailers in the participating countries.