As £184m EuroMillions’ winners celebrate win… Massive £10k-a-month for 30 years could be YOURS tonight

YOU might not have won the massive EuroMillions jackpot of £184million – but you could still be in the money tonight by scooping £10,000-a-month for 30 years.

It’s probably fair to say Joe Thwaite, 49, and wife Jess, 44, from Gloucestershire, won’t be playing the National Lottery’s Set For Life game after they became Britain’s biggest ever EuroMillions winners.

Still, the sizeable sum of £10,000 every month for 30 years is not to be sniffed at.

To win, players have to match five numbers – between one and 47 – plus one Life Ball – between one and 10 – or just opt for a Lucky Dip which draws your numbers at random.

Then cross your fingers and hope your numbers come up in the draw tonight.

Tickets for tonight's draw must be purchased before 7.30pm.

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Reflecting on the huge EuroMillions win, Joe said: I looked it up and saw we’d won.  I saw how much and I didn’t know what to do. 

"I couldn’t go back to sleep, I didn’t want to wake Jess up so I just laid there for what seemed like forever.

"I spent some time searching for property with no budget limit, which was a novelty.”

The couple, who have been married for 11 years celebrated their win with a family meal.

Jess added: "Even though it's wonderful and exciting, it's just a huge relief. We're just an ordinary family."

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The couple want to spend the money on treats including a trip to Hawaii. Jess said: "The win gives us time to dream, which we haven't had before."

Joe said he always chooses the Lucky Dip as he thinks it is "easier", while Jess added: "My dad played the Lottery when we were growing up and he played the same numbers every single week.

"He died about seven years ago and kind of Joe took on the baton as the one who did the Lottery for our family.

"So he started off using those numbers, but he'd forget them or get them wrong or something, so we then went to Lucky Dip, so that it was luck.

"But yeah it's unbelievable because that's what my dad dreamed of all his life, and used to say to us frequently 'Imagine if you won the Lottery, think about if you won the Lottery'.

"And yeah it's just crazy."

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They revealed they went public because they wanted to be honest with the people they love.

The previous highest winners stayed anonymous when they bagged £170million in October 2019.

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