Sex Pistols and 'The Simpsons': The queen in pop cultureSome depictions were affectionate, others more hostile, but the monarch’s indelible image in art, music and film cemented her status as one of the most recognisable people in the world. Iamge: Eddie Mulholland / Pool / AFP

From a Sex Pistols single to “The Simpsons”, “The Crown” and Andy Warhol works, Queen Elizabeth’s pop culture cameos were frequent and often unforgettable.

Some depictions were affectionate, others more hostile, but the monarch’s indelible image in art, music and film cemented her status as one of the most recognisable people in the world.

Here are some of her most memorable appearances:

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