The Duchess of Cornwall will complete her two-day visit to Paris by sampling a slice of French culture.
Camilla is expected to take in some of the capital's most famous sights - including a visit to the Louvre.
The Duchess is also due to see blacksmiths working at La Garde Rebulicaine and visit a typical French produce market.
The royal, who lived in the capital while studying at the Institut Brittanique during the 1960s, spent yesterday meeting volunteers and staff at the French social enterprise charity Emmaus, of which she is the UK royal patron.
Camilla rounded off her two day tour of the French capital today with a trip to the Louvre and a glowing report from the travelling media.
It's hard not to like someone as outgoing and as humorous as the Duchess of Cornwall, as she makes a solo official visit to Paris.
The Duchess of Cornwall gave a speech in French during the first day of her two-day visit to Paris - her first overseas engagement.