, Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall attended a reception held for them by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, David Charles Onley, and his wife Ruth Ann Onley as part of their visit to Canada to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, on May 22, 2012 in Toronto, Ontario.
As part of her Toronto ensemble, Duchess Camilla wore a pleated chiffon skirt with a hip-length black jacket, black pumps, black clutch bag, dangling pearl earrings and a maple leaf brooch.
Prince Charles wore a double-breasted pin-striped grey suit with a striped navy and grey necktie.
The first event of their final day in Toronto was to present Diamond Jubilee medals to six Ontarians at the Ontario legislature, attended several dignitaries as well as hundreds of royal watchers who gathered on the grounds of Queen's Park to catch a glimpse of the royal couple.
Lieutenant Governor David Onley reminded the royal couple that they were in the legislature on the anniversary of the 1939 visit of his grand parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
Onley also stated, “We celebrate a monarchy that has deep roots in Canadian history.”
During the ceremony Prince Charles presented the Jubilee medal to six Ontarians who have each given “distinguished service to the Crown in Ontario,” Onley added.
The royal couple were handed bouquets of flowers by locals, many of whom waved Diamond Jubilee flags.
After Queen's Park Charles and Camilla went their separate ways, with Charles heading off to Ryerson University where he met students in the school's Digital Media Zone and then to see the development of the athlete's village for the 2015 Pan Am Games.
During his visit to the Digital Media Zone, Charles was shown new technologies developed by students including a robot that bowed and said: “Welcome, Your Highness.”
To mark the occasion, Ontario Premieralso announced that a portion of the village will be named the Front Street Diamond Jubilee Promenade.
For Camilla, it was off to the Moss Park Armoury where she met members of the Queen's Own Rifles. Camilla is the colonel-in-chief of the regiment.
In a short speech honoring members of the Canadian Armed Forces, the duchess said she had been looking forward to this moment since being appointed in 2010.
Prince Charles also visited the Yonge Street Mission, where he talked about the work of his Prince's Trust and then from their he took a ride on a Toronto Transit Commission bus, going from the Yonge Street Mission to the UforChange presentation at their Toronto headquarters on Parliament Street.
Charles also took the time to meet with representatives of the Assembly of First Nations at the Royal York Hotel in the mid-afternoon.
On Tuesday evening, the royal couple visited Fort York Armoury for an inspection of the Guard ofand an 1812 commemorative military muster. Charles and Camilla then flew to Regina for the next leg of their four-day tour of Canada.
Please take a look at the slide show of Charles and Camilla’s day in Toronto and thanks for visiting along with me…