If one of Baba Vanga’s predictions comes true then if King Charles can stay alive until he is 97 there is no clear limit on when his time on the throne could end.
Baba Vanga, the ‘Nostradamus of the Balkans’ made a number of huge psychic claims, with some saying she has so far enjoyed an 80% to 85% accuracy rate.
One of her predictions was that by the year 2046 humans will be able to live comfortably beyond the age of 100.
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She claimed this would be due to leaps forward in the science and research involved with organ transplants, helping people live far longer than they had previously done.
Charles is 73 years old in 2022, and so he will need to live another 24 years to make it to 2046 – at which point he’d be 97.
The King’s mother, Queen Elizabeth II, lived to the age of 96 so he will need to lead a life just one year longer than her to potentially reap the rewards of Baba Vanga’s prediction.
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This is to be taken with a pinch of salt, of course. Baba Vanga did after all predict that World War Three would begin in November 2010 and end in October 2014.
But she did also correctly predict that great floods would affect the Earth in 2022, that the 44th President of the USA would be African American, the rise of ISIS and 9/11.
Who knows, if she gets this one right then who is to say that King Charles couldn’t sit on the throne for so long he breaks his mother’s record of 70 years?
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