Jersey's Lieutenant Gov. says the island's reputation is its "most important commodity" during his final speech in the States.
Sir John McColl received his formal send-off this morning at his final States meeting.
During his farewell speech, he shared his fond memories of the island.
The former Army General has served as the Queen's representative in Jersey for the last five years, but today is his last day in office.
Jersey Chief Minister Sen Ian Gorst said the Lieutenant Governor "will indeed be sorely missed by all" during his farewell ceremony.
Sir John McColl left the States building in the Royal Square to a fanfare earlier this morning.
Members of the public gathered to bid him farewell.