Whether to go public or not is a tough one.
As with most things in this life a big lottery win is all relative. If you are aged 60 and win a million quid it is could be a huge life changing sum of money but if you are aged just 25 it may not be enough to retire. It will depend on your needs and wants.
The dream quickly turned into a nightmare for more than one lottery millionaire in the UK
Website Money lists 10 lottery winners who's lives went disastrously wrong starting with "Jack Whittaker who won a record $314.9m Powerball jackpot in 2002. But life since then has been a long list of arrests, lawsuits, broken relationships and even death. In 2007, his then wife, Jewell admitted she wished she had ‘torn up the ticket’."
But you have to wonder if the negatives are more down to the person than the lottery win.
That said winning a huge sum of money can be problematic unless you are a grounded person
In October 2011 one couple had cause for celebration winning a staggering £101 million on the EuroMillions lottery.
But the biggest win so far goes to Colin and Chris Weir, who won a £161m EuroMillions jackpot in July 2011.
The second largest jackpot to date was £150m. It was won by Adrian and Gillian Bayford, from Suffolk, in August 2012. They sounded as if they would carry on pretty much as normal with some obvious treats but 15 months after their win, the couple announced they were divorcing following the "irretrievable" breakdown of their marriage.
But there are many more happy lottery success stories
The winning numbers in Friday's draw were 5, 8, 10, 11 and 37, with Lucky Stars numbers of 7 and 9.
A Camelot spokeswoman said: "We await a claim and, of course, have plenty of champagne on ice ready for our latest EuroMillions multi-millionaire" reports BBC News.