Malcolm Turnbull's wife, Lucy, imagined helping shopkeepers change their husband's prized possessions from a van and take them to their $ 52 million Point Piper mansion.
The decision comes exactly one week after Mr. Turnbull resigned sensationally to the top spot and was replaced by Scott Morrison, who became Australia's fifth prime minister in five years.
Mr. Turnbull officially resigned from the federal parliament on Friday afternoon, leaving the Liberal Party in crisis after a week of bitter factional fighting.
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Malcolm Turnbull's wife Lucy (center) was photographed supervising the detractors outside the couple's mansion at Point Piper, the eastern suburbs of Sydney, on Friday.
Boxes of different sizes were moved from a moving truck to Turnbull's mansion after Mr. Turnbull resigned from the federal parliament
A police officer watched as the scrubbers worked outside the $ 52 million Turnbull Point Piper mansion
Detractors were photographed at the mansion just two days before Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull traveled to New York for a six-week vacation.
On the day he announced his resignation, Mr. Turnbull's belongings were abandoned in the House of Parliament and in the back of a moving van before being delivered to his door in the affluent suburbs of east Sydney.
His wife Lucy was represented supervising the chaotic movement, talking with the deportation workers and policemen who were watching.
When he was elected prime minister of Australia in 2015, Turnbull chose to stay in his large mansion instead of joining the long list of Australian leaders who called Kirribilli House to his home.
Unlike the prime ministers before him, Mr. Turnbull would have had to reduce his residence to move to the Kirribilli House.
Mr. Turnbull (photographed here with his wife Lucy) will choose vacations abroad before joining the Liberal campaign to retain his Wentworth seat.
The instructions in the tables were to deliver the boxes from the House of Parliament to Sydney
Members of the public seemed unfazed by the sight of the depraved, walking alongside them on a path outside the Point Piper mansion
The sight of the depraved outside the property came exactly one week after Mr. Turnbull was replaced as prime minister
"Lucy and I will continue to live in our house in Sydney, which is very close to our grandchild, but the Kirribilli House, as you know, has been used by the prime ministers," he said at the time.
However, the former prime minister will not have much time to dedicate to his grandchildren, since he and Lucy plan to say goodbye to Australia for a holiday abroad.
Turnbull announced that he and Lucy would flee from political madness in favor of a few weeks vacation in New York, where they both own a two-bedroom apartment in Manhattan that they bought for $ 4.5 million in 2012.
The large boxes containing the precious possessions of Mr. Turnbull were placed inside the property, located in the affluent suburbs of eastern Sydney.
The moving truck blocked in a part of Point Piper Street is called by Turnbull.
In addition to Lucy Turnbull on the site to help with the move, a police officer was also at the mansion to monitor
The boxes were taken out of Canberra before being delivered to the door of Mrs. Turnbull in Sydney
Mr. Turnbull's resignation from the federal parliament will result in a partial election at his Wentworth seat, which could threaten the majority of a government seat.
The Liberal Party fell in the latest poll, in a sign that voters could punish the government for slashing Mr. Turnbull.
Turnbull will choose vacations abroad before joining the Liberal campaign to retain the seat, although polls suggest that Wentworth could fall to Labor for the first time in history.
The by-elections are expected to be held in October.
Christine Forster, the sister of Tony Abbott, the man Turnbull had expelled as prime minister, is in the race for the liberal preselection in Wentworth.
Mr. Turnbull, who said It was better that the former prime ministers do not remain in parliament, I had had Wentworth since 2004.
The resignation of Mr. Turnbull (in the photo) of the federal parliament will cause a partial election in his Wentworth seat