Full Report: Former Bishop of Durham enthroned as Archbishop of Canterbury
The former Bishop of Durham Justin Welby has been enthroned as the new Archbishop of Canterbury.
2000 people attended the ceremony at Canterbury Cathedral - including Prince Charles and the Prime Minister.
Ahead of the service, the Archbishop set out the kind of leader that he wants to be.
Meanwhile, in Durham it is business as usual as the city looks for his replacement.
You can watch the full report from Frances Read below.
Archbishop of Canterbury meets the Royals
The former Bishop of Durham Justin Welby met with the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, after he was officially enthroned as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
Canterbury enthronement service comes to a close
The Archbishop of Canterbury has officially been enthroned as the service in Canterbury comes to an end.
The archbishop delivered a final blessing to the congregation as the procession was led out of the cathedral.
Welby jokes cathedral has 'got a good reverberation'
The new Archbishop of Canterbury joked as he began his sermon, "It's got a good reverberation this cathedral".
African hymn 'A New Beginning' sung for Welby
Dancers sing an African hymn "Gbeh Kpa Kpa Ba" - or "A New Beginning" - celebrating the installation of Rt Rev Justin Welby as the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.
Welby now installed as Archbishop of Canterbury
Rt Rev Justin Welby is now installed as the Archbishop of Canterbury.