Theresa May has begun her farewell speech, flanked by her staff and her husband.
"I am about to go to Buckingham Palace to tender my resignation to Her Majesty the Queen," she says, wishing Boris Johnson and his team "every good fortune."
"Their successes will be our country's successes," she says.
May then notes that "much remains to be done," and says that securing Brexit is "the immediate priority."
She says leaving the EU can prompt "a national renewal."
She calls serving as PM "the greatest honor," adding that "you achieve nothing alone."
"My final words are of sincere thanks," she says, paying tribute to her colleagues and to all those in public service.
"I also want to thank the British people," she says. "Thank you for putting your faith in me and giving me the chance to serve."
May says: "I hope that every young girl who has seen a woman prime minister now knows for sure that there are no limits to what they can achieve."
Finally May thanks her husband, before jokingly pausing for a protester outside the gates.
She confirms she will return to the backbenches and will continue to make Britain "a country that truly works for everyone."