the death of the Queen isabel II on Thursday morning led users from all over the world to search for information about what was happening in the United Kingdom and what will happen in that country in the following days during the development of the London Bridge operation.
Google Trendsthe technology company’s tool dedicated to recording statistics related to searches carried out worldwide, shows how people around the world reacted to the news of the death of the oldest monarch in history from England
Most popular search terms
According to Google Trends, the term “Queen isabel II” He presented a slight but gradual increase during the first hours of the day, when his delicate state of health and the medical surveillance he was undergoing were reported. Later, with the news of his death, the search reached its peak of popularity in the search engine.
In Latin America, the countries that sought more information in this regard were Chile, Mexico, Uruguay, Venezuela, Peru, Costa Rica and Colombia.
Another popular search term was “Operation London Bridge”which represents the code name under which the procedures that will be carried out in the United Kingdom once the queen dies were known.
This search showed a notable increase, like the name of the monarch, in the early hours of Thursday when the information about her state of health was made public, and reached its peak of popularity when the death of the monarch was confirmed. Queen isabel II.
Countries such as Nicaragua, Paraguay, Colombia, Cuba, Chile, Mexico, Panama, Honduras, El Salvador and Venezuela were the territories in which the largest number of users curious to learn more appeared and consulted in the search engine. Google.
On the other hand, people continuously searched for Princess Diana, a term that was popular, according to Google Trends, at various times during the day that the world learned of the passing of the princess. Queen isabel II. This popularity could be due to the family relationship they had in life and the memes that were spread on social networks.
Other queries such as “why Queen Elizabeth II died”, “Carlos III”, “Queen Elizabeth dies 2022”, “Queen Elizabeth II biography”, “how Queen Elizabeth died”, and even “Chabelo’s age”, a important figure on Mexican television, were popular during the last day in the Google search engine.
Trending on Twitter
According to the Getdaytrends platform, after the death of the Queen isabel II, the monarch’s name was already ranked fifth in national Twitter trends. It would not be until approximately 3:00 p.m. that other terms would appear on the trend list such as “Isabel”, “#QueenElizabeth”, “The Crown”, “London Bridge”, “Londres” and “Lady Di” as part of the conversation topics between users.
For users in Argentina, the death of the Queen isabel II It was also a trend in this social network. In the same way as in Colombia, the conversations turned to the series The Crown, the London Bridge operation, the hashtag #QueenElizabeth, Lady Di, but a historical aspect was added, and that is that the South American country also remembered the Malvinas War , conflict that occurred during the reign of Elizabeth II.
In the case of Twitter users in Mexico, the trends were similar. The #QueenElizabeth hashtag took first place on the social network’s list, followed by “Isabel II”, the iconic character of Mexican television, Chabelo; London Bridge, The Crown series, as well as “Chabelita”, an affectionate way of calling the now deceased queen.