A man, Logan Smith who predicted the date of Queen Elizabeth II’s death has also given a warning over the new King Charles III.
Smith, with the Twitter name @logan_smith526, had initially posted in July 2022 that Britain’s longest-serving monarch would die on September 8, 2022.
The specific date, to the bewilderment of the UK and the world, came to pass when the Queen died last Thursday.
The Queen died in her Balmoral Castle, Scotland in the company of royal family members including King Charles and Princess Anne.
King Charles warning
The UK Mirror reported that Smith’s tweet has now gone viral again after he also claimed in the same post that King Charles would die on March 28, 2026.
However, the report revealed that Smith made his account private after the post started to spread online and it has since been suspended by Twitter.
Screenshots of the prediction were shared over various social media platforms, including that of a TikTok user called @zukosburnteye who posted a video with a shocked expression on her face.
The user, who appeared to be called Hailey, said in the caption: “RIP to logan I know the British are coming for him.”
The short clip gained more than 91,000 likes as users dropped comments about the tweet, with some believing that it could happen and others claiming that it will not occur.
People’s reactionsOne user said: “Hope not for King Charles,” while another added: “I also feel that King Charles will have a short reign as well. I say 5-10 years.”
A third person said that it was inappropriate to talk about the subject early after the Queen’s death: “Please don’t, we are mourning our Queen.”
But the fourth user commented that only a higher being could foresee such events: “No one can predict King Charles died at 2026, only God can do one people can die in one day.”
The 73-year-old King Charles was enthroned as king to succeed his late mother.
The new monarch was born on November 14, 1948, as the eldest of the Queen and Philip’s four children.
He was believed to have been closer than ever before to his mother, who died aged 96, during her final months.
The Queen’s death was officially announced to the public at 6:30 pm on Thursday, September 8 in a statement that read: “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.”
The late Queen’s funeral is billed to take place Monday, September 19 at 11 am in Westminster Abbey.
Before then, her coffin will lie in state for four days in Westminster Hall from Thursday, September 15 as mourners have been warned they could face a 30-hour wait to pay their final respects.