Gov. Gen. David Johnston and his wife, Sharon, moved into their new residence at Rideau Hall after an installation ceremony for the 28th Governor General on Parliament Hill on Friday.
The Johnstons arrived at the official residence shortly after 1 p.m. ET, transported there from Parliament Hill in a horse-drawn carriage purchased by Canada's ninth governor general, Earl Grey, in the early 1900s.
After a royal salute and a quick ride in the carriage with their nine grandchildren, the Johnstons entered the mansion, capping a morning filled with pomp, pageantry and high praise for the man who now holds Canada's highest, and oldest, office.
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