David Cameron has congratulated Ellie Simmonds and Natalie Jones for winning gold and bronze medals at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
The Prime Minister, whose first major Cabinet reshuffle could be announced today, met the swimmers before presenting them with their medals.
Earlier the Prime Minister sat with members of ParalympicsGB at the Aquatics Centre to watch the event.
Asked what he said to her on the podium, Simmonds, said: "It was just congratulations.
"I don't really remember much, but being on the podium was just an amazing atmosphere and an amazing experience really, to be on it second time running. I'm just really pleased."
Ellie Simmonds broke her own world record to secure her second gold medal of London 2012 in the SM6 200 metres individual medley.
ParalympicsGB's medal hopes on day five lie with Lee Pearson, Ellie Simmonds and Mickey Bushell.