A headcam has captured some of Prince Andrew's abseil descent down London's Shard today.
His Royal Highness was taking part in the event for charity.
Prince Andrew has said he is trying to raise £1 million for charity following his successful abseil descent down London's Shard building today.
Here are his online fundraising pages:
Ffion Hague, wife of Foreign Secretary William, has completed her abseil down The Shard building in London.
She has told reporters she is glad it is over. She admits she would not necessarily want to do it again but says it was exhilarating.
The Duke of York has told Daybreak presenter Gethin Jones that abseiling down down The Shard was a nerve-wracking experience.
Prince Andrew, who has completed his charity abseil down London's Shard building, has told reporters: "The charity [The Outward Bound Trust and the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund] is close to my heart given my time in the Navy. It's about getting young people to face challenges."
He said the most difficult part of the stunt was "walking up" to the top of the building because he had time to "realise" what he was doing.
Yes I did enjoy it. I was curious to see if I would be able to step over the edge! I was scared yes.
There is a moment of trepidation when you step out.
Prince Andrew has completed his 250 metre abseil down Europe's tallest building The Shard.
He told the assembled media afterwards: "The most difficult bit was walking up".
Very proud of my wife Ffion who will abseil down The Shard today in aid of the Outward Bound Trust #descentoftheshard