They will collect their seals of office, and the house is now in recess until later this month
Members of the new cabinet will collect their seals of office from the President tonight.
The nomination of the 16 new Ministers has passed a Dáil vote and the house is now in recess until later this month.
Enda Kenny today made history by becoming the first Fine Gael leader to be re-elected Taoiseach for consecutive terms.
He won a Dáil vote by 59 to 49 after another day of drama about getting Independents to support him.
The Taoiseach announced the new cabinet members shortly after 6.15pm this evening:
They are as follows:
New faces to the Cabinet Table include Independent TDs Shane Ross, Denis Naughten, Katherine Zappone and Finian McGrath. Fine Gael TDs getting promoted include Regina Doherty, Mary-Mitchell O’Connor, Michael Creed and Simon Harris.
Here's who'll be joining Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tanaiste Frances Fitzgerald in the new cabinet pic.twitter.com/W7SxqXZgsR— Newstalk (@NewstalkFM) May 6, 2016
The Taoiseach announced he will take on the Department of Defence, with Paul Kehoe appointed Minister of State at the Department of Taoiseach with Special responsibility at the Department of Defence.
Finian McGrath have been announced as Super Junior across various departments with Regina Doherty as Chief Whip and Minister of State at the Department of Taoiseach.
Máire Whelan, meanwhile, will remain as Attorney General.
The new Ministers have been tweeting their reactions to the appointments, highlighting the most urgent challenges facing this government:
I'm privileged to be appointed as the new Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Govt. - Housing is the most urgent challenge for new Govt— Simon Coveney (@simoncoveney) May 6, 2016
Honoured to be reappointed Min for Foreign Affairs & Trade. UK/EU referendum an urgent priority. Consequences for Ireland real & serious.— Charlie Flanagan (@CharlieFlanagan) May 6, 2016