MEGHAN MARKLE’S wedding style has been crowned the most talked-about royal style on record. Meghan Markle married Prince Harry on May 19, 2018 in St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. Her wedding style has been crowned the most talked-about royal style on record, and in particular, her hairstyle. The study conducted by hair experts Longevita, analysed Google trends data, dating from 2004 to the present-day to establish which royal hairstyle has been the most popular.

 

 

Meghan’s messy up-do for her wedding to Prince Harry in May 2018 took the top spot, being named the most popular royal hairstyle of all time. At the time, searches for royal hair skyrocketed 244 percent above average. The bun was styled by Serge Normant and accessorised with Queen Mary’s bandeau tiara. The second most talked-about royal hairstyle of all time is the half up half down wedding hairstyle worn by Kate Middleton for her wedding to Prince William in 2011.

 

 
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The hairstyle, which broke a 350-year-old royal tradition when Kate chose to wear her hair down, saw searches for royal hairstyles rise 217 percent above average, the second-highest amount. Kate’s hairstyle of simple blow-dried waves shown in the clip of Kate and her family clapping for carers in May 2020, is the third most popular royal hairstyle of all time.

 

 

Searches for royal hair skyrocketed 165 percent above average as a result. Kate continues to dominate the top five with her hairstyles, with her blow-dry look during her appearance outside of the Lindo Wing after the birth of Prince George in July 2013, being the fourth most talked-about royal hairstyle.

 

 
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The hairstyle saw searches for royal hairstyles to soar 162 percent above average as people rushed to emulate the simple yet classic look. The fifth most talked-about royal hairstyle of all time, causing searches to rise 131 percent above average, is Meghan’s sleek blow-dried wavy locks during her engagement announcement to Prince Harry.

 

 

Other royals had their hairstyles make the top 10, including Princess Beatrice, whose wedding hairstyle saw searches for royal hair rise 127 percent, the sixth-highest rise. The look took inspiration from Kate’s wedding hairstyle, with loose tousled curls, and paired it with the Queen Mary Diamond Fringe Tiara. The youngest royal on the list, Princess Charlotte, caused searches for royal hair to rise 124 percent, as a result of a photo released in June 2020.

 

 
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The picture, released as part of Father’s Day, saw Princess Charlotte showcasing natural lighter highlights, sending royal fans into a frenzy. Meghan’s messy up-do for her appearance for her sit-down interview with TV legend Oprah Winfrey caused searches for royal hair to surge by 120 percent. The interview was watched by 17.1 million people and subsequently made Meghan’s hairstyle the eighth most popular royal hairstyle of all time.

 

 

In ninth place, causing searches for royal hairstyles to rise 118 percent above average was Kate’s up-do for the 2020 Remembrance Day service. In 10th was Princess Eugenie, with her wedding style of a classic bun that caused a 113 percent rise in royal hairstyles. They said: “Despite stepping down from her role as a working royal in 2020, this data shows that Meghan is an established style icon within the family.

 

 

“It is a testament to the instant popularity Meghan experienced when she joined the firm, that her wedding hairstyle is more popular than any other royal. “These findings also highlight that many of the popular hairstyles on the list debuted after the pandemic started and when hair salons and stylists were not available. “It is interesting to see that the British public turned to the Royal Family as a source of inspiration during this difficult period for hairstyle ideas.”

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