People will be able to see a special flyover of the famous Red Arrows this afternoon.

The flyover comes as four French resistance fighters are set receive honorary MBEs in recognition of their role in the Second World War. Boris Johnson will also welcome Emmanuel Macron to Downing Street.

The French president is visiting London on Thursday to commemorate the 80th anniversary of his predecessor Charles de Gaulle's "Appel" - his BBC broadcast to occupied France following the Nazi invasion in 1940.

The leaders will hold bilateral talks to discuss the coronavirus crisis and other issues. Mr Johnson said on Tuesday that he would raise travel between the UK and France at the meeting.

They will also watch a flypast of the Red Arrows and their French equivalent, La Patrouille de France, to mark the anniversary of the Appel.

But when will you be able to see the Arrows?

Well as long as the weather allows it here are the times and locations for when the Arrows will be doing their flyovers.

4.40pm: Departure from RAF Brize Norton

4.42pm: South east of Faringdon

4.43pm: South west of Wantage

4.45pm: South of Wooton Bassett

4.47pm: West of Pewsey

4.50pm: North west of Newbury

4.51pm: South west of Kingsclere

4.54 pm: West of Arborfield Garrison

4.56pm: Fly past Bagshot

4.57pm: Weybridge

4.58pm: Richmond Park

5pm: Fly past Horseguards parade and Buckingham Palace

5.02pm: Formation separation to Brentwood and Stapleford area

So for those in Basingstoke and Andover, come 4.50pm it will be in your best interest to look towards Kingsclere and watch the magic unfold.