That brings to an end our live coverage of the French presidential election - won decisively by centrist Emmanuel Macron. We hope you have enjoyed our updates.
In today's developments:
- Mr Macron will be formally sworn in as president on 14 May
- German Chancellor Angela Merkel hailed his win, saying he had run a "courageous pro-European campaign"
- Russian President Vladimir Putin called for France and Russia to "overcome mutual mistrust"
- Anti-capitalist activists in Paris demonstrated against Mr Macron
- Mr Macron's new movement En Marche was rebranded as La République en Marche and he stepped down as leader to be replaced by Catherine Barbaroux
- The movement announced it would field 577 candidates in legislative elections, 50% of whom will be from civil society and 50% of whom will be women
- Candidates running under the En Marche banner will not have to give up their affiliation to the main parties of the left and right but will not be able to stand for two parties at the same time
Read more of the BBC's comprehensive French election coverage:
- The new president-elect vowed to "fight the forces of division" in France, after his commanding victory over Ms Le Pen
- In a stirring speech on Sunday evening he said he would do his utmost to ensure "no one had to vote for extremism again"
- This is what world leaders have been saying - and what they really think
- BBC Europe editor Katya Adler has more on what's inside "Le Big Mac", as one headline described him
- Paris correspondent Lucy Williamson looks at who could be named as Mr Macron's prime minister
- Five reasons why Macron won the French election
- The BBC's Hugh Schofield examines Mr Macron's
- Get better acquainted with Brigitte Macron, the new First Lady
- BBC Business Reporter Simon Atkinson looks at the president-elect's economic plans
- Is Mr Macron's election good or bad for Brexit?