Diane Dodds, Martina Anderson and Naomi Long have been elected to serve as Northern Ireland's three MEPs.
Anderson topped the poll of first preference votes with 126,951 but had to wait until the fifth stage of counting before passing the quota.
The DUP's Diane Dodds was the first to be elected after the third stage when she received over 28,000 transfers.
Long of the Alliance Party and Sinn Fein's Anderson were duly elected after the fifth stage of results.
Stage 5 results. Diane Dodds, Naomi Long and Martina Anderson declared elected pic.twitter.com/7EOmgKGQhs
— Electoral Office NI (@eoni_official) May 27, 2019
As the confusion over Brexit continues, Northern Ireland is returning two 'Remainers' to the European Parliament.
The Alliance Party's Naomi Long said afterwards: "In the same way that I believe passionately in collaboration and cooperation and putting people first is good for Northern Ireland politics, I believe it is also good for international politics.