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.
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