Man who predicted Queen Elizabeth’s death issued King Charles a warning
A man named Logan Smith, who correctly predicted the date of the death of Queen Elizabeth II, has now issued a caution on the upcoming reign of King Charles III.
With the Twitter handle @logan_smith526, Smith had initially predicted in July 2022 that Britain’s longest-reigning queen would pass away on September 8, 2022.
The passing of the Queen on Thursday, which occurred on the exact date in question, left the United Kingdom and the rest of the world bewildered.
The Queen passed away in the company of other members of the royal family, including King Charles and Princess Anne, scottland in her Balmoral Castle.
A Warning To King Charles
According to the UK Mirror, Smith’s tweet has now gone viral once more after he also claimed in the same post that King Charles would pass away on March 28, 2026. This information was reported by the UK Mirror.
However, according to the article, Smith turned his account private when the tweet began to circulate online, and Twitter has since suspended his account as a result of this action.
Screenshots of the prediction were shared across a variety of social media platforms, including one that was posted by a TikTok user with the handle @zukosburnteye. In the video, the user can be seen displaying a shocked expression on her face.
In the description, the user, whose name looked to be Hailey, said, “RIP to Logan I know the British are coming for him.”
The brief film has received more than 91,000 likes, and people have left comments regarding the tweet, with some stating that they think it is possible for it to take place, while others asserting that it will not take place.
The responses of the people
“Hope not for King Charles,” one person said, while another added, “I too feel that King Charles will have a brief reign as well.” I say 5-10 years.”
A third individual expressed their opinion that it was wrong to talk about the topic so soon after the passing of the Queen, saying, “Please don’t, we are mourning our Queen.”
However, the fourth user noted that only a superior being could foretell such occurrences, saying, “No one can predict King Charles’s death in 2026, only God can do one people can die in one day.”
King Charles, who is 73 years old, was elevated to the position of king after his mother passed away.
The future queen was the oldest of the four children that the Queen and Prince Philip had when she was born on November 14, 1948.
It was claimed that he had been closer to his mother, who had passed away at the age of 96, than he had ever been before during her dying months.
At approximately 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 8, a statement was released to the public that officially announced the passing of the Queen. The statement read as follows: “The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.
This evening, the King and Queen Consort will continue their stay at Balmoral and will travel back to London the next day.
The funeral for the late Queen is scheduled to take place in Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19 at 11am in the morning.
Before that, her casket will be displayed at Westminster Hall for a period of four days beginning on Thursday, September 15, and mourners have been informed that there is a possibility that they will have to wait for up to thirty hours to pay their respects.