A body found in the sea at the foot of a cliff has been recovered.
The man was found on Saturday afternoon but at first could not be brought in because of bad weather off Dover.
But coastguards now confirm that the body was recovered yesterday after another try.
He was found in the area of Shakespeare Cliff, Dover.
A spokesman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency now said: "Langdon, Deal and Folkestone Coastguard Rescue Teams and Kent Police re-commenced a search for a casualty on Sunday.
"After a short search, the casualty was located and recovered by Coastguard Rescue Teams and handed into the care of Kent Police."
HM Coastguard confirm that it had received a report of a casualty in the water just after 2.30pm on Saturday.
The HM Coastguard search and rescue helicopter from Lydd assisted in the initial search, as well an RNLI Lifeboat from Dover.
Police had also attended and have now confirmed that it was the body of a man.
There are no other details of the victim or circumstances of his death at present.
A Kent Police spokesman said today: "A man’s body was recovered.
"Enquiries are ongoing to establish his identity."