The lucky EuroMillions winner who scooped a life-changing £38 million in Friday night's draw has not yet come forward to claim the prize.

The latest winner is the fifth UK ticket holder in a row to win it.

A Camelot spokesman said it was not known if the ticket was owned by one individual or a syndicate but more details will be released when the prize is claimed.

Just one ticket matched all seven numbers to take the jackpot prize. The winning numbers were 3, 4, 12, 23 and 50. The Lucky Stars were 4 and 7.

The triple rollover prize is worth £38,034,639.70 to the winner.

Britain's EuroMillions run began on January 20 when builder Gareth Bull and his wife Catherine, from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, banked nearly £41 million.

The county celebrated a second big win on February 7 when young couple Cassey Carrington and Matt Topham scooped more than £45 million.

Two further UK jackpot wins followed, but both claimants chose to remain anonymous.

More than £46 million was won on February 24, while £22.1 million was scooped on March 2.

The biggest jackpot was claimed by Colin and Chris Weir from Largs, Ayrshire, who banked £161 million last July.