Prince Andrew honoured by Queen's York Rangers

Prince Andrew is wrapping up a three-day visit to Canada, after being invested as the first colonel-in-chief of one of the country's oldest military regiments.

The ceremony with the Queen's York Rangers was held at the Fort York Armoury in Toronto on Saturday.

Afterwards, there were demonstration drills by soldiers in historical uniforms, replica muskets, and swords dating back 200 years.

The Queen's second-eldest son participated as part of his visit to the regiment.

Prince Andrew flies back to England Sunday night.