A man who apparently predicted the date of Queen Elizabeth II’s death has also given a warning over the new King Charles III.
Logan Smith, who goes by the Twitter name of @logan_smith526, initially posted back in July that the UK’s longest-serving monarch would die on September 8, 2022.
The specific date sadly became true when the Queen passed away “peacefully” last Thursday in Balmoral while surrounded by royal family members including King Charles and Princess Anne.
Smith’s tweet has now gone viral, reports the Daily Star, after he also claimed in the same post that King Charles would die on March 28, 2026.
The user made his account private after the post began to spread online and it has since been suspended by Twitter.
Screenshots of the prediction were shared over various social media platforms, including by a TikTok user called @zukosburnteye who posted 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 left comments about the tweet, with some believing that it could happen and others claiming that it won’t.
One 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 felt that it was inappropriate to talk about the subject so soon after the Queen’s death: “Please don’t, we are mourning our Queen.”
But a fourth commented that only a higher being could predict such events: “”No one can predict King Charles died at 2026, only God can do one people can die in one day.”