On Wednesday, Sultan Ibrahim Iskandar from the state of Johor was sworn in as Malaysia to become the country's 17th king.
The newly crowned Sultan signed the proclamation of office in a ceremony attended by other royal families, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim, and cabinet members.
The heads of Malaysia's nine royal families take turns to the throne, known as the "Yang di-Pertuan Agong" every five years.
Sultan Ibrahim succeeded Al-Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, who will return to his position as the head of Pahang after completing his five-year tenure as king.
Sultan Ibrahim is known for his business interests from real estate to mining, and wide car and motorbike collections.