Saturday, September 24, 2022

Google Publishes The Royal Wedding’s Most-Googled Questions

Royal weddings are mystical and alluring. They captivate many, forcing them out of their beds at criminally early hours to experience the whole event live. Lucky for us, Google found a way to make fun of us in the best possible way.

During last Saturday’s royal wedding Americans couldn’t help but be puzzled by British hats.

During the royal wedding, a lot of people in America were introduced to the word Fascinator, a term that was probably only known by Lady Gaga and by guests of the royal wedding. According to Mashable, fascinators are very fancy hats that don’t shield you from the sun; they’re mostly decorative and flashy. These hats are not practical or particularly good looking, but they are very impressive.

On the other side of the world, residents from the United Kingdom wanted to know more about their new Duchess of Sussex. Meghan Markle was Googled a lot, with the most common question being her age. Not surprising.

Prince Harry was also Googled during the event, with the top questions being his surname (always extremely puzzling that he doesn’t have one) and his height.



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