Since the discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012, significant steps forward in studying its properties
have been made. Thanks to the huge amount of data, recent results measure not just the Higgs
mass and total production cross-section in the so-called golden channels, but can also look at
fiducial and differential measurements and search for rarer final states. The study of the Higgs pair
production, fundamental to study the Higgs self-coupling, received a significant boost, too. This
presentation focuses on the latest Higgs results published by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations
using the entire dataset collected during the Run-2 of the LHC.