A bloke has gone viral on Twitter after he correctly predicted the date of the Queen's death as he also gave a warning about King Charles III.
Logan Smith, who posts on social media as @logan_smith526, initially tweeted back that the Queen would die on September 8, 2022, back in July which tragically became a reality on Thursday.
Now, the tweet is going viral as people are concerned that the bloke's prediction for King Charles III's death will come true too as he claims the new monarch will die on March 28, 2026.
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Smith has since made his Twitter account private after the post started to gain traction.
Screenshots of the post have been shared all over social media platforms including a TikTok by @zukosburnteye which shows her looking shocked about the post.
The user, who is named Hailey, wrote in the caption: "RIP to logan I know the British are coming for him."
Her video gained more than 91,000 likes as people flocked to the comments divided over the tweet as some believe it could come true and others claim it can't be predicted.
One user said: "Hope not for King Charles."
Another wrote: "I also feel that King Charles will have a short reign as well. I say 5-10 years."
A third commented: "Please don't, we are mourning our Queen."
A fourth added: "No one can predict King Charles died at 2026, only God can do one people can die in one day."
Clarence House has confirmed the new King will officially be known as King Charles III following the death of his mother on September 8.
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Charles, who was born on November 14, 1948, is the eldest of the Queen and Prince Phillip's four children.
He was said to have been closer than ever to the Queen in the months leading up to her death.
Buckingham Palace made the announcement of the Queen's death at 6.30pm on Thursday, stating: "The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.
"The King and The Queen Consort will remain at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow."
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