Two German fighter jets escorted RAF Voyager to Berlin on Wednesday afternoon as the plane carrying King Charles and Queen Camilla arrived in the country.
As a mark of respect, the two German aircraft flanked Their Majesties’ plane as it arrived in German airspace.
The jets accompanied RAF Voyager for approximately 20 minutes.
The King, accompanied by the Queen, is undertaking their first State Visit as monarch, with Their Majesties undertaking a busy three days of engagements.
Arriving at Berlin-Brandenburg Government Airport on Wednesday afternoon, Their Majesties paused at the top of the aeroplane steps to receive a twenty-one-gun salute as two military jets carried out a fly past.
The King and Queen were then greeted on the tarmac by State Secretary Dörte Dinger, the Chief of German Protocol at the Foreign Ministry, Till Knorn, and the British Ambassador to Germany, Jill Gallard.
Their Majesties walked along a red carpet lined by a Guard of Honour, provided by the Federal Defence Forces of Germany.
Here, they met a number of dignitaries before setting off for the Brandenburg Gate.
This is the first time the United Kingdom has been the recipient of an official State Visit for almost a decade.
In her final few years on the throne, Queen Elizabeth II was unable to undertake overseas travel, therefore was not in a position to accept invitations extended to her for State Visits.