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Since the Queen's death on September 8, TikTok has been taken over with videos on the historic moment and one of them tells the story of how The Cure's Robert Smith almost predicted the date of the monarch's passing a decade ago.
The frontman of the English rock band was interviewed at the Hurricane Festival in Germany back in 2012. The topic of the royal family came up in the 30-minute conversation as Smith described how he has "always hated the royal family."
Near the end of the discussion, the interviewer noted how the Queen is "as popular as never before" but Smith decided to provide a prediction for the future, and said: "The Queen’s gonna die on September 7th, and there’ll be a huge uprising, and I’ll be made king."
Although Smith was joking and was 10 years out from his prediction (though technically he didn't specify what year), he was eerily close to the day and month the Queen passed away - only one day out.
Since the Queen's death, the clip has resurfaced on TikTok where creator Morgan (@filthyciggy) shared the singer's prediction and said: "I'm sorry, are we just going to collectively ignore the fact that Robert Smith basically predicted today, 10 years ago?"
"He was off by a day," she said with a shocked look on her face and added in the caption: "this feels prophetic."