London, Oct 18 : The YouTube generation has added a new name to its list - the Queen.
On October 17, Her Majesty uploaded a video on a visit to Google's British HQ.
The VIP visit was celebrated by the company by creating a special version of its google.co.uk home page.
It featured a silhouette of her head as the second G and a regal crown above the E at the end of the logo, reports the Daily Star.
The Queen, who sent her first email in 1976 and already has her own website, enjoyed it all.
She and Prince Philip saw a demonstration of the firm's technology and met schoolchildren who won a competition to design Google "doodles" - special editions of the California-based company's world famous blue, green, red and yellow logo.
They also met users of the Google-owned YouTube video site, including Peter Oakley, an 81-year-old known as "Geriatric1927" whose videos saw him nominated for a YouTube award in 2006.