Prince Harry Gets Searchers Excited With U.S. Visit

By: Chris Crum - May 13, 2013

As you’ve probably heard, Prince Harry is in the U.S., touring the nation, seeing the sites, and taking in some sporting events. Yahoo users in the country are apparently quite thirsty for info about the celebrity prince’s trip.

“Prince Harry visited the US and searches spiked 234% for the eligible prince,” Yahoo said in an email. “62% of searches for [prince harry] came from females!”

“Prince Harry’s visit to Arlington caused searches to spike more than 660%, we are likely to see searches for Prince Harry’s last name, he signed a note he left at an Arlington grave ‘Harry Wales,'”, Yahoo said. “People want to know more about the prince and searches for [how tall is prince harry], [prince harry girlfriend] and [prince harry last name] are all spiking.”

“The prince’s sister-in-law Kate Middleton is getting lots of buzz this week,” Yahoo added. “She gets nearly double the searches of Prince Harry today on Yahoo! but Harry gets nearly 5X more searches than Prince William on Yahoo!.”

According to CNN, Harry “really started enjoying his US tour over the weekend. He was at the Warrior Games, which combines two of his great passions: sport and the support of war veterans.”

Here’s some of the latest #princeharry Twitter buzz:


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