Meghan Markle’s popularity among royal admirers is waning as the number of searches for her plummets.
MEGHAN MARKLE’S popularity may be diminishing, according to Google Trends data, which shows that monthly searches for the Duchess have decreased.
With an average of 1,375 searches each month, the Duchess of Sussex has witnessed an 18.6% monthly reduction in searches. With 1,600 monthly searches in March 2021, which corresponded with her Oprah Winfrey interview, compared to just 390 in February, there was a significant spike.
However, by May 2021, the number of monthly searches had dropped to just 480.
Meghan has been compared to the Duchess of Cambridge, who has had a 50 percent surge in searches.
In May 2021, she received nearly double the number of searches, with 720.
Over the last year, Google Trends has increased by 133 percent for the term “royals.”
Top10Casinos.com discovered which members of the Royal Family were the most searched for on Google in the previous year.
The data was collected between June 2020 and May 2021, during a pivotal year for the Royal Family, which included Megxit and Prince Philip’s death.
Princess Beatrice had the biggest increase in Google searches over the past year, with a 508.1 percent increase, according to the findings.
Princess Beatrice received 1,830,000 Google searches in July 2020.
This is 335 percent more than her monthly average of 420,500 searches.
Beatrice Mapelli Mozzi married Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi on July 17, 2020, which explains the spike in searches in July.
Princess Charlotte came in second, with a search surge of 306.6 percent.
Charlotte, unsurprisingly, earned the most monthly searches (368,000) in May 2021, when she celebrated her sixth birthday.
Princess Anne, who is known for being the hardest worker in the royal family, has seen a 234.8 percent gain.
The Duchess of Cornwall is the fourth most-searched-for royal, with a year-on-year growth of 100 percent.
This is 22% more than her husband, Prince Charles, who experienced a gain of 82.3 percent this year.
The number of searches for all of these members of the Royal Family was higher than for the Duchess of Sussex, indicating a drop in popularity.
Searches for other members of the Royal Family, such as Prince Andrew, have also decreased significantly.
Between June 2020 and May 2021, he saw a -98.8% decrease in monthly search volume.
Similarly, searches for Prince William have dropped by 89 percent.
This year, Google searches for Queen Elizabeth II have dropped by 55.3 percent, according to “Brinkwire Summary News.”