Theresa may have brushed up on her German skills for her first foreign trip since being made prime minister a week ago.
She greeted the German chancellor Angela Merkel in her own language as they hosted a joint press conference today.
"I am delighted to be in Berlin" she said in German, hastily adding: "I will now go into English".
Her efforts seems to have made a good early impression on Ms Merkel as the pair got to know each other at their first meeting.
The chancellor appeared visibly surprised and pleased at the gesture.
Theresa May and Francois Hollande will discuss Britain's plans to quit the European Union when they meet for talks on Thursday in Paris.
Conservative MPs could not have been happier with Theresa May's first outing at Prime Minister's Questions.
Theresa May launched a series of scathing attacks on Jeremy Corbyn during her first appearance at Prime Minister's Questions.