Lucky twins scooped £60,000 after they both picked the same numbers at the bookies.

Andy and Graham Ross, dubbed "The Sombrero Twins", staked £6 each with Betfred on the Spanish Lotto within a minute of each other and won £30,000 each.

Graham, 50, the older by 10 minutes, said: “We lost our father in September so we picked 1, 2 and 3 for the three members of our family and our cat Suzie put her paw on number four. And it was four minutes before we had to put our bet on. She’s in for a food upgrade and a padded basket.”

Andy and Graham, from Oxfordshire, also won £13,000 on the National Lottery using the same numbers in 2016.

They have decided on a trip to Bournemouth for proud mum Beryl, 79, a Caribbean cruise and new cars.

And the twins aren't the only ones with lottery luck, and there are a few incredible Euromillion stories from the past few years.

The UK has the highest number of jackpot winners, with 22% of all the biggest prizes going to Brits. A total of 114 lucky lotto ticket holders are from the UK.

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Adrian Bayford and his ex-wife Gail were big winners back in the 2012 EuroMillions, netting a whopping £148 million in the draw. They are two of five Brits to win the EuroMillions this year.

Britain's biggest net is an anonymous winner from 2019 who collected £170 million. Close behind them in second place are Colin and Chris Weir, who bagged £161 million.

The lucky streak isn't just for Brits, but those abroad as well. A dump truck operator from North Carolina bagged a double jackpot after accidentally buying two identical tickets.

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