Dramatic incident for Kate Middleton's man

Prince William and his RAF search-and-rescue team have rescued two girls swept out to sea.

Wills, 30, is a pilot for RAF Valley and he captained the dramatic mission, where the teenagers

were pulled to safety off the Anglesey coast in Wales.

The eldest girl, 16, had been trying to help her 13-year-old sister after they got into difficulty whilst body-boarding.

Both were taken for check-ups at a hospital in nearby Bangor, and the crew admit the girls were very lucky.

The elder girl had been going under the water for what would have been the last time,’ Winchman Harry Harrison tells the Daily Mirror.

So this was one rescue where we truly did arrive in the nick of time.’

Brave William, who lives near his squadron’s base with wife Kate Middleton, has been an RAF search-and-rescue pilot for 2 years and became a captain in June.

The Prince’s work commitments have recently forced him to forego some royal duties – his brother Prince Harry stood in for him to represent the royals at the Olympic Closing Ceremony on Sunday. 

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Anna Francis