PRINCE Harry said hello to some old acquaintances during a visit to Henley on Monday.
He visited the River and Rowing Museum to present medals to 10 current and former servicemen who rowed across the Atlantic for military charities.
The visit was arranged by Row2Recovery, the Henley charity which supports military para- rowing and organised the 3,000-mile races in 2011 and 2013.
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Harry, who was dressed in a navy blue suit, white shirt and red tie with a rabbit pattern, spent time talking to the men.
He seemed especially happy to meet Ed Janvrin, Alex Mackenzie, Carl Anstey, Cpl Neil Heritage, Will Dixon and Cpl Rory Mackenzie, the crew that spent 51 days rowing from the Canary Islands to Barbados between December 2011 and January 2012.