Top 10 Twitter Trending Terms For The Royal Wedding

For all of you that follow our Twitter Top 10 trending topics articles we have a special treat for you that you might be interested in if you followed the Royal Wedding. It’s the top 10 trending terms for the Royal wedding as told by Mashable’s Lauren Indvik who has added a chart and talks about how this wasn’t only big in terms of Twitter but also across live streaming too. You can also read more about the statistics in an article by OSM’s Debbie Turner using this link.

Let’s delve into the chart at number 10 where Grace Kelly was being searched, many people thought that Kate Middleton’s wedding gown looked a lot like that of Grace Kelly’s. In at number 9 we have ‘THEY KISSED’ as quite a few users in the Twitterverse simultaneously saw Kate and William’s first kiss at Buckingham Palace.

Number 8 is a strange but amusing one, the term ‘QILF’ if we write the first few word’s we will let your imagination do the rest… ‘Queen I’d Like To _____’. The 7th position in the chart goes to Buckingham Palace which is where trend 9 took place and was the location of the Royal Wedding reception.

The 6th position went to Sarah Burton which as many of you will have speculated before the wedding is the designer of Kate Middleton’s dress. The term in position 5 in the chart is Westminster Abbey which of course was the location of the Royal Wedding. In at number 4 is quite an interesting one, ‘#ProudToBeBritish’ as Brits around the world tweeted their national pride for this joyous day.

Number 3 sees ‘#RW11’ cut in and this was the Royal Wedding’s hashtag. Position 2 saw ‘#RoyalWedding’ which is perhaps the most obvious term that people would have tweeted and it was also promoted by Twitter.

The top one was way out in front in terms of trend points, the #RoyalWedding had 886 where as number 1 ‘William & Kate’ had 3,182 to clinch top spot. Prince William and Kate Middleton, there was also a film and TV show aired this week that people may have tweeted about.

So there we have it, what did you think of the top 10 trending terms for the Royal Wedding? Was there anything missing that you thought might be in there? Let us know in the comments section below.