Fans gathered in the Welsh capital to celebrate Wales' Six Nations Grand Slam triumph.
On Saturday, Wales won their fourth Grand Slam title in 14 years and the third under departing coach Warren Gatland.
On Monday evening, hundreds lined up outside the Senedd in Cardiff Bay to give a heroes' welcome to the winning team.
The First Minister, Mark Drakeford, welcomed the players and the Welsh Rugby Union, before they took to the steps to face a loyal and excited crowd.
The Six Nations trophy and Triple Crown plate were also on display.
Wales' 25-7 win against Ireland on Saturday stretched their consecutive wins to a record 14 games, setting them in pole position for a successful Rugby World Cup campaign in Japan in September.