05/21/2012 06:00 EDT | Updated 07/21/2012 05:12 EDT

Prince Charles, Camilla Canadian Royal Tour 2012: Toronto First Stop In Ontario Leg Of Visit


TORONTO - Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have kicked off the Ontario leg of their Canadian tour.

The royal couple has landed at Toronto's Pearson International Airport after leaving New Brunswick, where they spent the first full day of their visit to Canada for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.

They were greeted on the tarmac by Premier Dalton McGuinty, Lt.-Gov. David C. Onley and other dignitaries.

The Duchess of Cornwall received flowers from a little girl, nine-year-old Morgan Marie Fremlin.

Charles and Camilla are scheduled to take a brief break before heading to a Victoria Day fireworks display at Ashbridges Bay.

Once there, they'll meet with emergency workers and their families and watch the show with the premier and his wife Terri.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his wife Renata are also expected to attend.

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