The Royal Couple also made stops in New Brunswick and Ontario (iStock photo)
It may have been a cool and rainy day, but Prince Charles and Camilla received a warm welcome in Regina, Saskatchewan on Wednesday.
During a visit to Regina's First Nations University, the Royals were treated to aboriginal drumming and dancing. Chiefs and university dignitaries were among those who greeted the couple.
A young girl gave the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall an art book, while a man sang a rap song. The couple were also presented with two beaded medallions.
Prince Charles and Camilla toured displays set up by the university's aboriginal students.
Crowds lined the Saskatchewan Legislature for the visit, many holding umbrellas and shivering in the cold wind. As the motorcade arrived, there was plenty of cheering.
Before heading to Regina, the Royal Couple made stops in New Brunswick and Ontario.
Showers are forecast to continue in Regina through the day Thursday. Cooler temperatures are expected, as well. For a closer look at the weather expected throughout the province, head to The Weather Network's Saskatchewan Cities Index
With files from the Canadian Press