The three-year-old looked less than impressed with proceedings, tugging at his mother Kate's coat to get her attention as she made her way along the receiving line on arrival at Berlin Tegel Airport.
The little Prince looked in need of a nap, as he rubbed his eyes sleepily and fidgeted as his father Prince William spoke to the welcoming committee.
Meanwhile, happy-go-lucky Princess Charlotte, two, was given her own mini spray of flowers by German gov rep Till Knorn and confidently shook hands with British defence attaché Brigadier Rob Rider.
The youngster looked delighted with her first official bouquet, and was seen smelling the flowers, but it seemed George was feeling a little left out as he was seen reaching for his mother's posy as she lifted it out of the way.
The royals have arrived in Berlin to begin the German leg of their five-day tour, with a visit to the Brandenberg Gate and the Holocaust Memorial on the agenda for Kate and William today.