The Duke of Cambridge has been thanked by a teenager he rescued while on duty as an RAF search and rescue pilot last year.
Prince William came to the aid of Sharon West, 17, and her sister when they was caught in a rip tide.
They were reunited during the Duke's visit to Anglesey today.
William said he was pleased the 17-year-old made a full recovery, before revealing it was the fastest rescue he had ever completed in just 38 seconds.
The Duke of Cambridge described his three-week-old son Prince George as "pretty loud and of course extremely good looking" during a speech at the Anglesey Show.
Prince William said the Duchess of Cambridge and his son "would have loved" to have attended the agricultural show in North Wales with him today.
He added: "I have to say that I thought search and rescue duties over Snowdonia were physically and mentally demanding but looking after a three-week-old baby is right up there."
He went on to thank the islanders of Anglesey from the "bottom of my heart" for making him and his wife so welcome as they made their first home in North Wales together, which he described as an "immensely special place for us both".
He said: "I know that both of us will miss it terribly when my search and rescue tour of duty comes to an end next month and we have to move elsewhere."
Prince William joked he "should have brought Lupo for the spaniel show" as he arrived at an agricultural display in North Wales.
He added: "He would have just run off and never come back again. It would have been very embarrassing."
The Duke of Cambridge has arrived at an arrived at the Anglesey Show in North Wales - his first public engagement since the birth of Prince George.
After playing alongside his brother Prince Harry, he said of his son at a presentation ceremony: "He likes to move around a lot, he wriggles a lot, he keeps us on our toes."
Prince William will be a guest at the Anglesey Show where he watch gundog and falconry displays before meeting local young farmers.
Afterwards, he will view some cattle judging before moving to the central show area.
The Duke is also expected to make a short speech before being presented with a gift.