Hillary Clinton has been confirmed to make a UK exclusive appearance at the London Literature Festival.
The event will take place at the Southbank Centre on October 15.
Audience members will get the chance to see her discuss her new book "What Happened", which is due for release this month.
The unique opportunity will see former the Democratic Party candidate talk about the highs and lows of the 2016 presidential election in depth.
In her latest memoir, Clinton described what it was like to run against opponent Donald Trump and the extreme scrutiny she has been placed under in her position as a strong woman in the public eye.
Previously Tom Hanks was announced for an appearance at the festival where he will be discussing his first work of fiction "Uncommon Type".
Other guests include Annie Leibovitz, Philip Pullman and a live reading of Nelson Mandela's memoirs.
The festival starts on October 13 and runs until November 1.
When do tickets go on sale?
Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday September 15.
Meanwhile members of the Southbank Centre will be able to purchase tickets earlier, on Thursday September 14 at 10am.
Where can I buy tickets?
They'll be available from the Southbank Centre website.
How much are they?
Tickets will be priced between £45t o £70, plus a booking fee.