‘s remaining fans have delivered bouquets of flowers to Kirribilli House as his family prepares to pack up and leave for the last time.
The former prime minister must leave the heritage-listed mansion this week after being defeated at the federal election on Saturday, with to move in soon after.
Mr Morrison spent the days since his defeat hosting parties with family, friends, and staffers as he tries to cheer himself up while facing impending unemployment.
Videos showed he and his wife Jenny cracking a whip at a party on Sunday, but soon the whip will be cracked on him to move out of Kirribilli and The Lodge in Canberra.
A steady stream of well-wishers arrived to console the defeated former PM in his darkest hours as the hangovers faded and reality set in.
One sullen-looking woman arrived at Kirribilli on Monday night with a bouquet of roses, lilies and, chrysanthemums
She arrived with her family, including a young boy and an older woman, and were let inside by police guarding the entrance
One sullen-looking woman arrived at Kirribilli on Monday night with her family, including a young boy and an older woman, and were let inside by police guarding the entrance.
She clutched a bouquet of pink roses, lilies and, chrysanthemums wrapped in white and pink paper as she approached the gates with a glum expression on her face.
Later in the evening a delivery driver arrived with another bouquet of mixed flowers from CBD Flowers, which he handed to a policeman to take how to use cbd to help manage pain Mr Morrison and his family.
The somber scenes at Kirribilli were in contrast to Sunday when Mr Morrison let loose for one final party to say thank you to their staff and families.
Mr Morrison was dressed in a smart casual navy pullover and holding a cold one as he chatted with friends, family and staffers on the lawn.
A steady stream of well-wishers arrived to console the defeated former PM in his darkest hours as the hangovers faded and reality set in
Later in the evening a delivery driver arrived with another bouquet of mixed flowers from CBD Flowers
He handed it to a policeman to take to Mr Morrison and his family, with security tight at the PM’s Sydney residence
At one point in the festivities, he cracked a whip to amuse guests as his wife of over 30 years delivered a tray of cocktails to the surprisingly jovial crowd.
Mrs Morrison decided to give it a go too, grabbing the leather strap and swiveling it above her head then lashing the ground before the couple’s eldest daughter Abbey also had a crack.
At another point in the event, Mr Morrison could be seen sharing an intimate moment with his wife, pulling her in for a hug as she drank a margarita.
The Morrison family will have to move out of Kirribilli to make way for Mr Albanese, who is expected to live there with long-term girlfriend Jodie Haydon, his son Nathan from a previous marriage, and ‘First Dog’ Toto.
He has a little more time that usual as Mr Albanese few to the Quad meeting in Japan on Monday almost immediately after being sworn in that morning, and will not return until Wednesday afternoon.
One woman looks through the Kirribilli House gates during a gap in the rain late on Sunday afternoon
Outgoing Prime Minister Scott Morrison enjoyed a cold drink as he chatted with staffers, friends, and family at a farewell social bash on the at Kirribilli House after losing the federal election (pictured)
What Mr Morrison will do next is yet to be decided, but in his concession speech at Sydney’s Fullerton Hotel on Saturday night, he confirmed he was stepping down as leader.
But he vowed to stay on in Parliament to serve his South Sydney constituents, an unusual move for a prime minister ousted from office by voters.
‘The people of Cook have supported me so strongly and I will continue to be your representative,’ he said.
What’s not clear yet is if Mr Morrison will look for a role on the new Liberal leader’s front bench as a shadow minister, or if he will move to the back benches.
Alternatively, he may later reconsider his decision to stay on in Canberra and instead quit to spend more time with Jenny and their girls, Abbey and Lily.
Veteran political broadcaster Barrie Cassidy predicted Mr Morrison will stay on in Parliament, with the intent to cause chaos by sniping from the sidelines.