A EuroMillions winner could buy a tropical island, a superyacht and a private jet with this week's huge £191million jackpot.
It comes in line with Camelot's latest draw which could see a Brit become the UK's biggest ever EuroMillions winner if they get the lucky numbers tonight (July 8).
The staggering sum would allow the lucky winner to treat themselves to the ultimate holiday, with them even being able to travel in style.
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The Daily Star has calculated what you could buy with the breath-taking jackpot, with around £45million being leftover for a rainy day.
Private Island near Bora Bora
Located just 10 minutes away from the main island of Bora Bora, this idyllic destination is currently on sale for $39,000,000 (£32,419,140.00).
The private island of Motu Tane spans to roughly 10 acres of sandy beach and features traditional Polynesian huts.
According to Private Islands Inc, the dream spot is owned by cosmetics mogul François Nars.
The listing reads: "Enjoy 2 luxurious suites comprised of 2,500 square feet, each with a sunken lava bathtub, shower and dressing area, as well as panoramic views onto the garden, the beach, and the main island.
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"Find 9 beach bungalows and 2 suites to accommodate up to 20 guests, a library with museum-quality Polynesian art and artefacts, a photography studio, a chef’s dream kitchen and 2 staff quarters."
There is also a 2,500 square feet room for entertainment, with a dining area which offers a hidden wet bar and more.
With the travel crisis sweeping across UK airports, the idea of purchasing a private jet couldn't have come at a better time.
The huge win, could see a fortunate Brit travel in the same luxury conditions as billionaire Elon Musk.
The tech tycoon recently purchased an $80 million Gulfstream private jet, which equates to £66,387,520.
It has been reported that the G700 is Gulfstream’s all-new flagship jet, is big enough to accommodate up to five separate living areas such as a six-place dining room.
It can also fit a bedroom with a fitted shower.
Publication Robb Report said its “plush interior might upstage your favourite five-star hotel.”
As well as a private jet, the winner could afford to buy a superyacht.
We searched for a luxury yacht that would still leave the prospective buyer with a fortune after the big purchase.
And not just any vessel, but an award-winning one which costs around €59,500,000 (£50,359,907.50).
According to website Burgess, motor yacht 11.11 can fit 16 guests in 6 cabins and is the size of 206.7ft.
The luxury vessel was built in Italy in 2015 and features a private sun deck with a jet pool.
On top of this, the superyacht includes a helipad, a spa with a steam room and incredible entertainment spaces.
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