London, October 16 : The Queen's image has featured on the homepage logo of Internet search engine 'Google' to mark her visit to the organisation's London office.
The 'Google doodle' has added the feature to its existing collection of logos, which are changed periodically to mark national holidays or anniversaries of major events.
The exclusive logo fits in a profile of Her Majesty and a crown, reports the Independent.
Other examples of 'Google doodle' can be seen in its recent logo changes representing the Olympic Games in Beijing, or birthday celebrations of the 17th century Spanish painter Diego Velazquez on June 6 etc.
However, during the monarch's Google visit, her royal party would be shown demonstrations explaining the search engine's various operations, including the 'Google Earth', where surfers can view detailed maps and satellite images of the planet.
The Queen herself has welcomed technological changes in the past, the latest example of which was displayed last Christmas when she launched the first Royal Channel on the much-popular video sharing site 'YouTube'.