Index hide1 In social networks, “Lady Di”, “Queen Elizabeth II”, “United Kingdom” and “London” are some of the most searched words by users in the world.2 Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96 after more than 70 years as monarch of the United Kingdom.
Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96 after more than 70 years as monarch of the United Kingdom.
Charles of Wales will become the longest-living King to take office.
the death of the Queen isabel II She has shocked the world because she was considered the oldest queen in the world, and the digital conversation has not let everything in relation to her case pass; from Lady Di at a global level to names and referents of popular culture have appeared in social network trends.
At 96 years old, the Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom spent 70 years in the monarchy and became one of the most influential personalities in popular culture.
Conversation and digital search, from Isabel ll to Lady Di
In the last few hours, Google searches around words like “Elizabeth II”, “The Crown”, “Charles of Wales”, “Philip, Duke of Edinburgh” and “Lady Di” have skyrocketed.
According to what is expressed in search engines, Countries such as Canada, Germany, Vietnam, Switzerland and Austria have prioritized the search for Elizabeth IIwith a wide difference (between 90 and 96 percent). However, in countries such as the Netherlands, Turkey, Australia, Spain, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Argentina, Colombia and Chile, the distance has not been as marked.
In the first three countries mentioned, the word “The Crown”, while for others words such as “Charles of Wales” and “Lady Di” have joined the conversation. The first, due to the series based on the Royal Family, while the second and third words refer both to the succession of the next King of the United Kingdom, and to the once-Princess of Wales.
On the other hand, searches in countries like Mexico have monopolized the conversation through the Castilianization of names. In places like Mexico City, the State of Mexico, Tlaxcala and Veracruz, 68 percent of the conversation refers to the name “Isabel II” while some such as “Lady Di” were not as relevant. Otherwise, Diana of Wales and Charles of Wales yes they were quite suggested terms in the last hours.
Words like “Buckinham Palace” and “Balmoral Castle”, which remained on the front pages of international headlines, did not reflect the same interest in organic search.
On the other hand, users on social networks such as Twitter, at least in Mexico, positioned trending words such as “Isabel”, “Chabelo”, “The Crown”, “Lady Di”, “United Kingdom”, “Londres”, “London Bridge”, “Camila”, “Balmoral”, “William”, “Buckinham Palace”, “Charles”, “Carlos III”, “Malvinas”, “Scotland”, “King Carlos”, “López Tarso” and “QEPD”.
Here is a bit of the digital conversation in Latin America:
Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom dies
– Rest of the world: sadness and pain.
– Argentina: MIRTHA LEGRAND WON!!!! IT IS CELEBRATED IN THE OBELISK! pic.twitter.com/xZleu4UJ8c
– Maximiliano Sanchez (@jrmaxi89) September 8, 2022
lady di when she crosses paths with queen elizabeth ii pic.twitter.com/GiEIEjn3k4
— 🧍🏻 (@MOROAMIGABLE) September 8, 2022
Prince Charles when Queen Elizabeth II kicks the bucket: pic.twitter.com/aXI3Eg2SB6
— Hugo Targaryen (@Aquisetuitea) September 8, 2022
Elizabeth II when she opens her eyes and meets Lady Di pic.twitter.com/LyGORJPPs9
— Antonio 👩🚀 (@tonytont00) September 8, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II died. It serves to remind us that there is no justification for continuing to believe in monarchies in the 21st century (although the queen had more than 70% approval there😖), as well as all the pain caused by the colonization of that country and that crown. RIP 🙃. pic.twitter.com/d2G4gG82Qu
– Kittens against Inequality (@GatitosVsDesig) September 8, 2022
The new prime minister carrying out the london bridge operation when queen elizabeth ii dies pic.twitter.com/FfTsOAEIR6
— 🌚 (@TanzaLobo) September 8, 2022
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