Incoming Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has arrived at the Buckingham Palace to meet with King Charles, where he will be asked to form a government.
Sunak is then expected to head to Downing Street where he’s expected to make a speech and get to the business of forming his cabinet.
The meeting with the King, going by BBC, will take place in the palace’s 1844 room, where the King will invite Sunak to form a government.
The new prime minister will make his own statement around 11:35 as he arrives at No 10 Downing Street.
Sunak will be UK’s third leader in seven weeks after winning a Tory leadership contest triggered by Truss stepping down
After being selected by Tory MPs on Monday, Sunak warned the country faced a “profound economic challenge”
He ruled out an early general election, despite calls from Labour, the Scottish National Party, the Liberal Democrats and the Green Party