She's unlikely to feature on many lists of the all-time top British cultural icons.
But Peppa Pig - the UK-made children's cartoon character - is right up there with the best of them, at least in China.
With the series racking up 18 billion online views since its launch here seven years ago, the story of Peppa and her unfeasibly English middle class family is, arguably, doing more for Brand Britain than the Beatles, Manchester United and any of the culinary delights - for which the UK is rightly so renowned - put together.
Pork scratching anyone?
It is then no surprise that, when a Peppa-shaped opportunity came knocking, the British powers that be seized the moment.
After watching an episode in which the precocious piglet and her friends visit the Queen in Buckingham Palace - and encourage her to join them jumping in muddy puddles - two Chinese twins posted a video message online, addressed to none other than Her Royal Majesty.
They too, like Peppa, wanted to visit her in her palace, they said.
And it worked.
Well, sort of.
The British ambassador to China, Dame Barbara Woodward, posted her own video message in reply.