Kamala Harris will make history this week when she takes the oath of office to become the next Vice President of the United States.
The 56-year-old will be the first woman, woman of colour and South Asian American to hold the role.
Harris became Vice President-elect in November when Joe Biden was declared the winner of the US election last year.
"We did it, we did it Joe," Harris told Biden over the phone while calling to congratulate him on their victory.
"You're going to be the next President of the United States."
It's not the first time Harris has made history.
She was also the first Black woman and Asian American person to grace a major presidential party debate, appearing in October's vice presidential debate against current VP Mike Pence.
The debate was recognised for its much more civil tone than the first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump, with Harris and Pence less inclined to interrupt or speak over each other.
And besides a rogue fly, which took up residence on Pence's head for more than two minutes, one of the most discussed moments came with Harris' calm yet firm response to Pence attempting to interrupt her.