Europe's ruling elite have deemed the Net fit for royalty.
First, Queen Elizabeth II christened her 150-page royal Web site on March 7. This summer, the office of the president of France, Elysee Palace will launch a site, according to the French newspaper Le Monde.
President Jacques Chirac's site is slated to go up on Bastille Day, July 14.
Although Queen Elizabeth II's site experienced some technical difficulties when it launched, it now displays photos of the royal family, royal properties, and examples of the family's art collection.
The page also listed the members of the royal family including Diana, Princess of Wales, who was divorced last year from Prince Charles, but not Sarah, Duchess of York, who divorced the queen's second son, Andrew.