THE Queen was the most googled person in Britain this year, a study has revealed.
The monarch, who died in September aged 96 averaged 516,290 Google searches a month.Late Queen Elizabeth died this September at the age of 96 and was the UK’s most popular search in 2022[/caption] Johnny Depp was edged out as the UK’s top search after his court case with ex wife Amber Heard[/caption] Elon Musk made headlines during his controversial takeover of social media platform Twitter[/caption]
The research, by celebrity news site CelebTattler, analysed data for more than 150 of the most influential celebrities since the start of the year to determine who was the most talked about.
Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp was second most googled, with an average of 437,490 searches a month.
His ex-wife Amber Heard ranks third on 388,680 — boosted by the pair’s defamation trial from April to June of this year.
A spokesman for Celeb-Tattler said: “This year has certainly not been lacking when it comes to celebrity news stories, whether it be Elon Musk taking over Twitter or the Don’t Worry Darling behind the scenes drama.
“It will be interesting to see if these search figures rise or fall in 2023.”Amber Heard also features on the most Googled list[/caption] Kim Kardashian ranked fourth in the leaderboards[/caption] Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle ranked eighth in the UK’s most popular search[/caption] Millie Bobby Brown is best known for her role in Netflix series Stranger Things[/caption] Following his Oscars meltdown with Chris Rock, Will Smith became the UK’s fifth most searched in 2022[/caption]