He's spent nine years as Wales' top politician, but Carwyn Jones is set to step down as First Minister to make way for a new leader.
Mr Jones is expected to announce his resignation in the Senedd after his last First Minister's Questions.
He announced he would be standing down back in April at the Welsh Labour conference in Llandudno, but it was only last week that his successor was announced.
As his days in office came to a close, he spoke to our political reporter Owain Phillips about the highs and lows of office. One of his notable achievements of the past nine years was the passing of the Human Transportation Act, which brought in the 'opt out' organ donation system in Wales.
Another was the 2011 referendum which led to the National Assembly receiving more powers, and he confessed he was surprised at the enthusiasm of the voters to get those powers.
Mr Jones told ITV News that he thinks there's still work to do on local government, and he believes current structure doesn't work. He'd like to see more local authorities working together to provide services like they already do with education, but reorganisation proposals that have been published in the past aren't necessarily the answer.
He admitted that the death of former minister Carl Sargeant had left a shadow over the government over the past year, saying that it had been 'very difficult for everyone involved, particularly for the family.'
His advice for the next First Minister is to set a limit on how long they will do the job and find a balance between work and home life, something he struggled to do.
When asked if he regretted spending so much time away from home during his tenure, Mr Jones said 'yes, but it's part of the job.'
So what does the future hold? Mr Jones said he's had people wishing him a happy retirement, but says at 51 he can't retire just yet. He's already said he won't stand for re-election in Bridgend in the 2021 Assembly elections. He'll stay on the back benches until then.
Mr Jones didn't rule out a move to the House of Lords, but said he had no intention to head back to the court room.
You can see the interview on tonight's Sharp End at 10.45pm.