No one else’s Zoom background stands a chance in a video conference with the Queen from Windsor Castle.
Her Majesty, 94, also enjoyed her first virtual lockdown concert as she was serenaded by dozens of schoolchildren on Zoom.
She took part in a digital online group chat to celebrate the “wonderful” efforts of Commonwealth volunteers.
A 45-strong Cypriot children’s orchestra performed a song in celebration of her recent 73rd wedding anniversary.
The Queen spoke to three winners of the Commonwealth Points of Light award during the call.
They included Len Peters, a turtle conservationist from Tobago featured in Sir David Attenborough'sBlue Planet II series.
She told the lucky recipients: “Thank you all for taking part in this programme.
“I’m delighted to have heard your stories and I think it’s wonderful work that you're all doing, and volunteering so much.”
The Queen was also ‘presented’ with her first gift of a coronavirus face mask by a charity worker from Mozambique.
It comes as two Royal Navy commanders accuse The Crown of misrepresenting the Queen in a "disgracefully dishonest and exploitative" way.
Admiral Lord West and Rear Admiral Dr Chris Parry, who both fought in the Falklands War, say the drama is "offensive" in it's depiction of the Queen's attitude towards the war.
It is felt that there should be a "disclaimer before each episode" so viewers know that it is "heavily dramatised".
And it was the scene in which the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, played by Gillian Anderson, tells the Queen, played by Olivia Colman, that she has to finish their meeting to go to the victory parade to celebrate the end of the war that has caused the most anger.
In scenes followed her Majesty is seen watching the parade on television while Mrs Thatcher waves to crowds lining the streets of the City of London.
In reality, this meeting did not happen as on that day, October 12, 1982, Her Majesty and Prince Philip were 9,000 miles away on an official tour of the Pacific.