Carwyn Jones has said that he felt "sadness in standing down, combined with pride in the work that has been achieved" as he stepped down as First Minister this afternoon.
Mr Jones announced his resignation in the Senedd after his last First Minister's Questions.
In his resignation speech, Carwyn Jones said Wales has set examples for the world to follow.
The outgoing First Minister also referenced Wales' Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas' famous mic drop as he concluded his speech.
Mr Jones received a standing ovation following his speech. However, not all AMs in the chamber stood for the outgoing First Minister.
Jack Sargeant, son of former Welsh Government Minister, Carl Sargeant, remained seated.
Neil McEvoy and Mandy Jones also remained seated during the applause and did not join in.
The First Minister will now tender his resignation to the Queen, bringing an end to nine years in power and making way for new Welsh Labour leader Mark Drakeford to take his place.