Prince Harry has attended a ceremony celebrating 200 years of co-operation between the UK and Nepal.
The Prince made a speech and met Gurkha families during the event at the Embassy of Nepal, in central London, on Monday, which marked the end of celebrations for the milestone.
It comes one year after Harry made his first trip to Nepal - a visit which coincided with the bicentenary of the signing of the Treaty of Segauli in March 1816.
The treaty established formal relations between the south Asian nation and the UK.
During his visit to Nepal the Prince travelled to regions affected by the 2015 earthquake and the British Gurkha Camp at Pokhara to honour soldiers killed in conflicts.
Gurkha troops have served alongside British forces for more than 200 years and Prince Harry served with the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles during his tour of Afghanistan from 2007 to 2008.