New Zealand's new ministers have put their feet under the Cabinet table for the first time.
The group of 20 Cabinet ministers, led by Prime Minister Christopher Luxon, met in the top room of the Beehive on Tuesday.
Media were allowed inside the room at the top of the gathering for a photo opportunity.
It is the first time a three-way Coalition has been formed in New Zealand's MMP history, with members of National, New Zealand First, and ACT all making up Cabinet.
The Cabinet ministers, as well as eight ministers who are outside of Cabinet and two parliamentary undersecretaries, were all sworn in at a ceremony at Wellington's Government House on Monday.
Luxon said it was a "very special day" for the country's new ministry.
But he largely refused to comment on policy matters, saying Cabinet needed to meet first to make decisions.
"Our focus for this week is actually to prepare our 100-day plan of action and to have that signed off through Cabinet through the course of this week," Luxon said.
"We'll work out how best to implement all the commitments that we've made over the coalition, but some of it won't all happen in the first 100 days, some of it will."
The National Party's 100-day plan, which was released pre-election and has been subject to some changes through the coalition negotiations, includes repealing the Clean Car Discount, introducing legislation to crack down on serious youth offending, and cancelling light rail.