Vote counting began across the country at 9am this morning and now - finally - the results are in.
A stunning of 66.4% people in Ireland have voted in favour of repealing the Eighth Amendment, compared to just 33.6% of No voters.
Aside from Donegal, every single county in the country voted in favour of Yes.
In a tweet shortly before the result was announced, Leo Varadkar said that today was a "remarkable day" and that "quiet revolution has taken place, a great act of democracy."
The official announcement was made at Dublin Castle this afternoon, where crowds gathered to celebrate the historic moment for women's rights in Ireland
— Together for Yes (@Together4yes) May 26, 2018
— Miriam O'Callaghan (@MiriamOCal) May 26, 2018
Needless to say, the scenes across the nation are going to electric as Repeal campaigners and yes voters take a moment to let the news sink in that they have gotten the result they've wished for.