A couple have been confirmed as the winners of Britain's biggest-ever lottery prize of £56 million.
The pair, from near Cirencester, Gloucester, will be formally unveiled at a press conference in Bath, Camelot revealed.
A National Lottery spokesman said earlier "We are looking forward to welcoming this ticket holder to our millionaires club which is already 2,400 strong.
"EuroMillions players in the UK have contributed to the massive £24 billion raised for good causes across the last 15 years. This latest winner continues the nation's great run of luck with big EuroMillions winners."
The winning ticket shares Friday night's overall jackpot of £113 million with one other which was bought in Spain.
The jackpot surpassed the £91 million paid out in November last year which was shared between two UK tickets.
The lucky numbers are - 05, 45, 01, 38 and 18. The Lucky Star numbers are 6 and 4, and another UK millionaire won the Raffle Selection matching ZHR 111871.
Based on figures released when the Sunday Times Rich list was published last April, they will be wealthier than Oasis stars Noel and Liam Gallagher (£52 million), film director Guy Ritchie (£50 million) and actor Sir Michael Caine (£45 million).
The £56 million jackpot pushes Les Scadding and wife Sam from south Wales and the Lucky Seven syndicate from Liverpool, who both banked a cheque for £45.5 million in November, into joint second place on the National Lottery's Rich List.
"We can't believe we have been knocked off the top spot so soon," Mr and Mrs Scadding said. "We have had a fantastic few months and have enjoyed many new experiences. We wish the new winners all the very best and hope they enjoy their new lifestyle as much as we do ours."