We always knew Prince Harry’s rebel streak would come back to haunt him. Google search results for 2017 reveal that more fans searched for “Prince Harry naked” than any other subject related to the royal family. What other royal searches made the top of the list?
According to Daily Star, fans looked for nude pics of Harry close to 15,000 times a month. That is on pace for how many times people searched “Tom Hardy naked.” For a closer comparison, Prince William only received around 1,600 searches for his naked body per month.
Given how Harry has been a single man until only recently, it makes sense that he gets more searches about his naked body than William. Fortunately for Harry, he wasn’t the only popular member of the royal family when it comes to strange internet searches.
Members of the public from around the UK have this week learned that they will be amongst the 2,640 people at Windsor Castle for Prince Harry and Ms. Meghan Markle's wedding. pic.twitter.com/cjAHVEF4gu
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) April 10, 2018
Royal fans are also interested in Queen Elizabeth’s personal life. A lot of people hilariously asked the search engine if Her Majesty farts in private. Brits also searched for the answers to why Elizabeth wears gloves, why she’s always sporting a hat in public, and why she waves all the time.
U.K. residents were also curious about the diets of the royal family. Apart from asking what Queen Elizabeth eats on a daily basis, fans also asked if members of the royal family can eat garlic, seafood, and, strange enough, swans. Most of these questions were asked by people in the U.K., but with American actress Meghan Markle set to tie the knot with Prince Harry next month, more and more people in the United States are becoming curious about the royal family.
For those who are still wondering about Queen Elizabeth’s diet, she prefers her tea with milk, but only likes it to be added until after the tea is made. When it comes to scones, the Monarch’s former butler, Grant Harrold, revealed that she likes to spread the jam first followed by a layer of clotted cream – but only when visiting certain places. Elizabeth is apparently diplomatic even when she eats.
“If her majesty was visiting Cornwall she would spread the jam on first then the cream, or in Devon, it would be cream first then jam, because that is the way they do it and she is a very diplomatic lady,” Harrold explained.
Unlike Brits, Americans asked more basic questions about the inner workings of the royal family.
This includes questions about Elizabeth’s day-to-day activities, what Her Majesty owns, and what she looks like. U.S. citizens also wondered about Queen Elizabeth’s relationship with President Donald Trump and what she thinks about him.
Despite the uptake in searches, Americans are still puzzled by why people in the U.K. are obsessed with the royal family and often search, “why do the British love the Royal Family,” “why are the British Royal Family so popular” and “why do the British keep the Royal Family.”
The next huge search will probably happen around May 19, when Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle.