Wales' 40 constituency seats have all been declared in the Senedd Election 2021.
As it stands the make up of the Senedd is Labour has 30 seats, Conservatives, 12, Plaid Cymru, eight.
However, it will take until Saturday to get the full picture for Wales' new Senedd as there are still two regions - and their eight seats - still to declare.
While Mid and West Wales and North Wales declared on Friday night, the three South Wales regions won't be able to announce until Saturday.
With regional results, it's not as simple as the party with the most vote wins. Regional votes are decided via the D'Hondt formula.
In short it means that any party who did well in constituencies in a region is less likely to win regional seats.
Of the three regions remaining, here is who won in 2016:
South Wales Central
- Conservative - Andrew RT Davies
- Conservative - David Melding
- Plaid Cymru - Neil McEvoy
- Ukip - Gareth Bennett
What we do know is that none of Neil McEvoy, David Melding or Gareth Bennett will be re-elected. Mr Melding has not stood for election again, Mr McEvoy stood for his new party Propel which won't secure enough of the vote share for a regional seat and Mr Bennett as an independent, and the same applies.
The result will appear here once we know it.
South Wales East
Who was elected in 2016?
- Ukip - Mark Reckless
- Ukip - David Rowlands
- Conservative - Mohammad Asghar
- Plaid Cymru - Steffan Lewis
Both Mr Asghar and Mr Lewis died in the last Senedd term. Top of the Conservative list this election is Laura Anne Jones who replaced him in the Senedd.
Top of the Plaid Cymru list for the region is Delyth Jewell, who replaced Mr Lewis in the fifth term.
The result will be here when it is known.