Parliament reopening is normally an occasion of much pomp and fanfare.
But this time, for obvious reasons, there was no Queenie or Blackrod in attendance. Parliament reopening in the midst of a pandemic was no normal affair.
MPs sat two metres apart and some phoned in via video link, for the first time ever, as Keir Starmer grilled acting prime minister Dominic Raab for the first time. Strangely, it felt as though the dusty halls of Westminster might actually be crawling into the 21st century and it was fascinating to watch.
House of Commons photographer Jessica Taylor was on hand to capture the historic day, and people on social media marvelled at her photos.
Here's a few of my snaps from the first PMQs/Ministerial statement since the House approved a motion to allow parti… https://t.co/uDV8KDU5VS