39-year-old French Centrist politician, Emmanuel Macron has gone through to the second round of the French election, where he will face leader of anti-immigration party, National Front, Marine Le Pen.
Until Sunday, Macron had never stood for any election before.
Mr Macron, a former banker, is seen as a political newcomer – and ran without the backing of an established party.
After topping Sunday’s vote, he is now favourite to win the run-off on 7 May.
It is the first time in six decades that neither of France’s main left-wing or right-wing parties has had a candidate in the second round.