A TikTok user who said they could go back in time predicted that Queen Elizabeth II would die.
One strange prediction about Queen Elizabeth II’s death has made it sound like the royal family might soon lose its mind.
A user on TikTok who said they were from the year 2082 said strange things about the biggest things that would happen in the world soon. Her Majesty is a part of one of them.
The text on the video read:
“I am a real-time traveller. in 2023, Big Ben collapses due to an unexpected earthquake.”
The user claimed that Queen Elizabeth II would die on October 4, 2022. At the end of the video, there was a warning that a blockage at Niagara Falls in 2046 would cause the water level to rise.
The TikTok video hasn’t gone viral yet, but the part about Queen Elizabeth II’s death has been watched more than 1,400 times.
In its other videos, the “time traveler” said that a meteor almost hit it in 2028 and that animals were sick in 2044 and 2046.
This should be taken with a grain of salt, though, because royal fans who have seen the clip already think there’s something fishy about it.
Queen Elizabeth II was having health problems at the time.
She had to miss nine official events just this year because she was having trouble moving around. In June, she went out in public for Garter Day, but she looked weaker than usual, which made royal fans worry about her.
The royal family’s website says that every year on Garter Day, new members are added to the Order of Garter, which is the “oldest and most senior Order of Chivalry in Britain.”
By making Camilla a Royal Lady of the Order of the Garter, Queen Elizabeth II gave people more reason to worry. She was doing this to make sure Camilla was ready to become queen consort. When the queen dies, and Prince Charles takes over as king, the Duchess of Cornwall will take over.
But most people think the Queen should skip Prince Charles and move on to Prince William.
An unnamed tipster said:
“The general consensus is Charles is unfit to be king. This has been in discussion for quite some time, but recent events have shown palace officials that they have no other choice but to push for William to take over when the queen passes or abdicates.”