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The Man who “correctly predicted” Queen’s death makes Another Disturbing Prediction

A Twitter user went viral on the platform after he ‘correctly predicted’ the date of Queen Elizabeth II’s death, however, tweeps are disturbed because of the warning he gave about King Charles III.

The user, Logan Smith, who posts on Twitter as @logan_smith526, initially made a tweet back in July that the Queen would die on September 8, 2022. His tweet however get any attention until the Queen died last Thursday, September 8.

The tweet is now serving rounds on social media as people are concerned that Logan’s prediction for King Charles III will come true as well.

The man claims the new monarch will die on March 28, 2026. Following the virality of his tweet, Logan has made his Twitter account private however, screenshots of the post have been shared all over social media platforms, including TikTok.

A TikTok user, identified as Hailey, shared the tweet and wrote in the caption: “RIP to logan I know the British are coming for him.”

Another TikTok user said: “Hope not for King Charles.”

Meanwhile,Queen Elizabeth II is loved and adored by millions in the United Kingdom and hundreds of millions worldwide irrespective of personal opinions on her legacy and the role of the monarchy in different parts of the world.

She has been sitting on the British throne since February 1952, and is the second longest serving monarch in history, only 2 years behind Louis XIV whose reign lasted 72 years, 110 days.

Queen Elizabeth II’s time on the throne has encompassed countless pivotal moments in the nation’s history, with 15 British Prime Ministers serving during her reign. The first head of state to open two Olympic Games in two countries (Montreal 1976 and London 2012), she also became the first reigning British monarch to set foot in Russia in 1994.

Even though she is the most prominent monarch in the world, Queen Elizabeth II is still human, and subject to the laws of life and death.On Sep 8, 2022, she finally kicked the royal bucket.

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