It's an awesome duo that is the "most searched for" on Google.

Meghan Markle, the "Suits" star, and Brad Pitt, the "Allied" actor, are right on top in Google's list of 2016's most searched actors.

Strangely, Angelina Jolie was not even in the list of the top 10.

The 10 most searched actresses include, according to ibtimes.

1. Meghan Markle

2. Marion Cotillard

3. Jodie Sweetin

4. Daisy Ridley

5. Brie Larson

6. Jenna Dewan-Tatum

7. Leslie Jones

8. Kate McKinnon

9. Alicia Vikander

10. Millie Bobby Brown

Although Meghan Markle has been in the news only for about three months, since she was said to be the royal girlfriend of Prince Harry, she beat celebrity actresses such as Marion Cotillard, Jodie Sweetin, Daisy Ridley and Alicia Vikander. The search for her name was the highest on November 8, almost soon after Prince Harry agreed that they are going around together.

The list of top 10 actors, headed by Brad Pitt, is the following:

1. Brad Pitt

2. Tom Hiddleston

3. Adam Driver

4. Jesse Williams

5. Tom Holland

6. Jeffrey Dean Morgan

7. Thomas Gibson

8. Sebastian Stan

9. Taylor Lautner

10. Lin-Manuel Miranda

The top searches overall include Powerball, Prince and Hurricane Matthew in the top three. The Olympics, David Bowie, Trump, Election and Hillary Clinton are all inclusions in the list of top 10.

Interestingly, 'Worlds' were in alignment with 'search terms' when Trump ran into West at Trump Tower in New York City Tuesday, according to E! News

Here are some other inclusions in the lists:

It was also a good googling year for Beyoncé, the "most searched musical artist".

"Formation" was the song that got the maximum searches

The most sought after fashion designer was Rachel Roy.

Kanye West was 10th in the list of most searched designers. He was also the 8th most searched musical artist.

This year's milestones were the Rio Olympics and the presidential election. Hence, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton figured as the first and second most searched people.

Olympians Michael Phelps, Ryan Lochte, Simone Biles and Usain Bolt were featured in the top 10.

The Olympics figured as the top-searched news keyword. Elections were second in both news as well as the "How to..." category.

Other features in the list included "How to register to vote" and "How to play Pokémon Go."

This popular app was the first in the list of the "What is" category.

Kim Kardashian still leads the list of "most searched selfies" even though she has taken a break from her selfie game for a while after the Paris robbery.