Britain's queen has launched a series of official pages offering the website's 500 million users daily updates on her engagements, the royal household said Sunday.
The 84-year-old British monarch will be featured in videos, photos and news items on the site, which will be available starting Monday, alongside other members of the country's royal family, including Princes William and Harry.
Users will be able leave messages or comments for Buckingham Palace on the site and find details of royal events close to their homes, according to The Associated Press.
Robert Jobson is a commentator on all things royal:
"I don't think you will be able to interact personally with Her Majesty, but in reality there will be all sorts of info and announcements and video and technology on Facebook so you can find out what's going on in the Royal Family," he says.
It appears that there are many royal watchers out there; as many as 41,000 users hit the page in the first hour of its launch.
The page features videos, speeches and the Court Circular, the official daily record of the royal family's engagements that has been produced since 1803, euronews informs.
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