Camelot has announced that the second £33m National Lottery winner has finally come forward.
The person – who wishes to remain anonymous – waited nearly three weeks before confirming their success.
“We’re delighted the winner of this amazing prize has now come forward,” said a Camelot spokesman.
“It would have been awful if the ticket-holder had missed out on this life-changing amount of money.”
Outside of having purchased the ticket in Worcester, the only thing that is known about the winner is that it isn’t Susanne Hinte, the Worcester woman who claimed that she had put the winning ticket through the wash.
The other half of the £66 million jackpot was claimed earlier in the month by David and Carol Martin (above) from Hawick on the Scottish Borders.