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After two hikers had gone missing in Snowdonia, North Wales it was Prince William to the rescue.
The British royal, who serves as a Search and Rescue flight lieutenant in the Royal Air Force station in Wales, has been become accustom to these heroic duties and has piloted rescue missions in the past.
The Huffington Post, two hikers were reported missing earlier this week after failing to contact a friend in Northern Wales.
With freezing weather conditions, the whereabouts of this couple caused their family to worry. According to Us Weekly, the two were stranded and forced to spend the night. A day after the hikers were reported missing the Royal was called from his base and found them in the early hours the next day in his helicopter.
Chris Lloyd of Ogwen Valley Mountain Rescue stated, "The helicopter came about 1am to search the mountain which was quite difficult with patches of low cloud, flying in the mountains at night with banks of low cloud requires great skill.”
The British royal was just doing his job and thanks to him the couple was saved by their very own Prince Charming.