It's official: David Cameron is no longer our prime minister.
Cameron tendered his resignation to the Queen which "Her Majesty was graciously pleased to accept", Buckingham Palace announced.
It's been a privilege to serve the country that I love.
-- David Cameron (@David_Cameron) July 13, 2016
As he drove off from 10 Downing Street on his way to see the Queen, people were reimagining what the ride might have been like.
David Cameron driving home tonight: https://t.co/TDYo8faRme
-- Dunc Wilson (V) (@DJDuncWilson) July 13, 2016
They wished they could have been a fly on the wall.
I'd like a camera in the car like they do in The Apprentice so he could give us his thoughts on being voted out. #DavidCameron
-- Sarfraz Manzoor (@sarfrazmanzoor) July 13, 2016
Bet David Cameron is capturing bare Pokemon on this drive round London
-- Jordan Cookie (@Jordancookiee) July 13, 2016
And pondered over the efficiency of the day's proceedings.
-- Murph (@AnotherMurph) July 13, 2016
Then they all made the same joke about David Cameron not forgetting to take any of his kids with him (ICYMI Cameron accidentally left his daughter Nancy in a pub back in 2012).
-- Otto English (@Otto_English) July 13, 2016
-- Brendan Zecevic (@Brendan_Z) July 13, 2016
Good to see #DavidCameron didn't leave any of his kids behind at #10
-- Johnny M (@RJGMartin) July 13, 2016
Next up on the agenda: Theresa May to return to Downing Street to take Cameron's place.