Meghan Markle recently became the subject of a fake prophecy after her friend, Daniel Martin, uploaded a photo of one of Andy Warhol’s prints from 1962.

In the snap, a drawing of Princess Margaret is featured alongside the caption “A Boy for Meg.” Martin captioned the snap, “Ironic, don’t ya think?”

Shortly after he uploaded Warhol’s artwork, Markle’s fans flooded Martin’s Instagram account with comments about the Duchess of Sussex. Some of them were convinced that Warhol had a prophecy about Prince Harry’s wife having a baby boy.

“This is insane! It almost looks like her when she wears some of her hats and fascinators,” one person commented. “ Ha-ha Warhol called it back then,” another person wrote.

“Omg that's insane, this was known back in 1962!!!” another person posted. But according to The Sun, Warhol’s artwork was actually of Princess Margaret and not Markle.

Princess Margaret gave birth to her son, David Linley, in 1961 and Warhol created one of his iconic prints from a newspaper front page to celebrate Linley’s birth.

When Princess Margaret was still alive, the press referred to her as Meg. Queen Elizabeth’s younger sister passed away in 2002.

Meanwhile, Princess Margaret and Markle have also been linked to each other ever since the latter joined the royal family. Several years ago, the Queen didn’t allow Princess Margaret to marry a divorced man.

But Markle, who is a divorcee, was allowed to marry Prince Harry. It was only in 2002 that the rules surrounding royal marriages changed.

“The Church of England teaches that marriage is for life. It also recognizes that some marriages sadly do fail and, if this should happen, it seeks to be available for all involved. The Church accepts that, in exceptional circumstances, a divorced person may marry again in church during the lifetime of a former spouse,” the Church laws stated.

As such, even though the Queen is still the head of the Church of England, she was able to give Markle her permission to marry Prince Harry last year.

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Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex is pictured visiting the Royal Variety Charity’s on Dec. 18, 2018, in Twickenham, England. Chris Jackson/Getty Images