Princess Margaret's great-grandson was greeted by his proud family at St. Katherine Docks in London today after completing an epic series in the UK to raise funds for charity.
Arthur Chatto, 20, was greeted on the wharf by his family and girlfriend Lizzie Friend as the grueling 2,000-mile charity boat tour reached its finals.
The student started from London Bridge on July 8th as part of the GB Row Challenge.
To date, his four-man squad has raised £ 21,059 for The British Read Cross and Just One Ocean.
Hello London! Arthur Chatto, 20, was greeted at St. Katharine Docks today by close family – including mother Lady Sarah Chatto – and girlfriend Lizzie Friend as he finished a 2,000 mile charity tour of the UK
Arthur's friend Lizzie Friend was there today to welcome a hero to St. Katharine Docks
Arthur and his teammates live together, which explains how they kept up with the race during the pandemic. They were the only team to participate this year due to the coronavirus outbreak that kept other teams from participating.
Today's success was the end of 38 days away from home and the young royal descendant was delighted to be reunited with his mother, Lady Sarah Chatto, his father Lord Daniel and his 24 year old brother Samuel.
His friend Lizzie Friend, who wore a white mask, was also waiting for him on the dock and hugged him tenderly
The Exe Endurow team contested the race despite the only participants. The University of Exeter students were allowed to take action to continue the race prep training they had prepared for six months ago.
In June they published on their official Exe endurow Instagram: “We hope that you are all safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
& # 39; We are still planning to row despite a change in COVID conditions in the UK.
The team came to London with a bang after a 38-day tour of the UK that rowed tirelessly
Arthur's brother Samuel, his mother, Lady Sarah Chatto, his girlfriend Lizzie Friend, his father Daniel, and a friend were present to welcome him home
Arthur had trained for six months to prepare for the race. Despite the coronavirus, the teammates who lived together decided to take up the challenge
"Of course we are late, but we are working hard to prepare for the row."
& # 39; Because of the situation, we have also decided to raise money for the British Red Cross and JustOneOcean because we want to do everything we can in a challenging time for our nation and our oceans. & # 39;
The royal had been training for the series for the past six months, and had trained at the gym for the first time, only to get fit again in January.
The team, which includes Arthur, Harry Lidgley and Oliver Dawe-Lane alongside Charles Bromhead, originally intended to raise funds for Just One Ocean, but said the coronavirus pandemic inspired them to help the British Red Cross as well .
Friends and family were in London to welcome the team back home after 38 days of absence
Left to right: Harry Lidgley , Arthur, Oliver Dawe-Lane  and Charles Bromhead , pictured on arrival in London
In June, they posted the following on their official Exeendurow Instagram: “We hope you are all safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
While he wows his fan by sharing workout pictures on Instagram showing a glimpse of his formidable body, Arthur is in a committed relationship with girlfriend Lizzie Friend.
Lizzie is a fellow student at Edinburgh University, where Arthur is studying geography, and a source previously told the Daily Mail: “They hit it off right away.
& # 39; She is really cute and they make a very nice couple. He brought her to Royal Ascot as his date this summer. «
The team celebrated the end of their tour this morning at St Katharine Docks marina in London
Arthur and his teammates happily took a dive as they celebrated their charity drive that raised more than £ 21,000
While Arthur is still best known for his ancestry as the grandson of the Queen's late sister, Princess Margaret, he's quickly gaining a loyal online following thanks to his very cheeky Instagram snaps.
Far from the official photos we're used to from royals, Arthur's Instagram account gives a rare glimpse into his everyday life – and the teenager has no problem sharing insightful snaps.
After attending Westminster Cathedral Choir School, he followed in the footsteps of William and Harry for £ 33,270 a year in Eton.
Princess Margaret's great-grandson could barely hide his excitement when his team made it to London
Champagne! Arthur, Oliver and Harry celebrate their athletic performance with some champagne this morning
Pictured: Lizzie Friend, Samuel Chatto and Lady Sarah Chatto arrived at the marina with masks on
Arthur introduced himself upon arrival in London. Due to Covid-19, the team was the only one participating in the race that year
At Eton, he was in the Combined Cadet Force, which teaches students various military skills. It reflects the trajectory of Prince Harry, who also joined the CCF at Eton before enrolling in the armed forces.
He followed his older brother Sam and is now attending Edinburgh University, where he is studying geography.
Princess Margaret's grandson is also a fan of outdoor sports like arctic diving and mountain climbing.
Harry and Arthur waved to cameras and their families when they arrived this morning, and eventually ended their tour
Lady Sarah gave her youngest boy a warm hug. He spent more time rowing in July and August
Armed with a camera, mother Sarah Sarah made sure that Arthur's arrival this morning was immortal
Strong man Arthur beamed when he was reunited with his family and friends after a month of absence
The young king, 25th on the throne, seemed pleased with his athletic performance this morning
Lady Sarah cheered on her son when his brother Samuel watched him closely. Meanwhile, friend Lizzie and a buddy were clapping. Father Daniel made sure that the scene was captured on his camera