Confused Meghan Markle fans greet Andy Warhol & # 39; s piece & # 39; A Boy For Meg & # 39; from 1962 a & # 39; prophecy & # 39; after it was shared online – not realizing that it refers to Princess Margaret who also had the nickname
- Make-up artist Daniel Martin is a good friend of the Duchess of Sussex
- He shared an Instagram photo of an Andy Warhol piece entitled & # 39; A Boy For Meg & # 39;
- The artwork was made to celebrate Princess Margaret with son David in 1961
- But fans seemed to miss the point and called it a & # 39; prophecy & # 39; from Archie & # 39; s birth
Confused Meghan Markle fans went crazy after one of her close friends shared a piece of art that predicted the birth of baby Archie.
Makeup artist Daniel Martin from Meghan shared a photo of a play by Andy Warhol entitled & # 39; A Boy For Meg & # 39 ;, made to celebrate Princess Margaret with son David in 1961.
With the photo, which was taken at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Daniel wrote: "Ironic, don't you think …?" "A Boy For Meg" #andywarhol 1962 Oil and egg emulsion on canvas. & # 39;
But royal fans raved about the photo, with many comments that it was a & # 39; prophecy & # 39; and the famous artist predicted the Duchess of Sussex who gave birth to baby Archie more than 50 years ago.
Meghan Markle & # 39; s BFF and makeup artist Daniel Martin shared the snap of an artwork by Andy Warhol, confusing royal fans who described the piece as a & # 39; prophecy & # 39; saw over the duchess
The Andy Warhol artwork, titled & # 39; A Boy For Meg & # 39 ;, was about 57 years before Meghan was born to baby Archie
One said: & # 39; Omg that is disturbed, this was known in 1962! & # 39;
While another wrote: & # 39; The genius of Andy Warhol; when artistry meets prophecy. & # 39;
New York-based Daniel appeared to share the snap during a visit to the Californian city on Tuesday.
Andy Warhol's piece was one of a number of paintings made in 1962 that reproduced the front pages of newspapers.
The newspaper-style art actually refers to the queen's sister, Princess Margaret, who bore son David in 1962
The cover of the New York Post bore a portrait of Princess Margaret alongside the dramatic headline: & # 39; A Boy For Meg. & # 39;
The headline announced the birth of David Linley of the Queen's younger sister, Princess Margaret, who at the time was often read in the newspapers & # 39; Princess Meg & # 39; was named.
And although Daniel encoded his post with #princessmargaret, royal fans seemed to have missed the connection, with many Andy Warhol's artwork & # 39; a prophecy & # 39; called.
Many were surprised that the visionary artist had apparently predicted that Meghan would give birth to a boy about 57 years before she and Prince Harry welcomed their first Archie in May 2019.
Some royal fans seemed confused by the artwork and seemed to miss the connection with Princess Margaret, and it was a & # 39; prophecy & # 39;
They simply said: & # 39; PROPHECY !!! & # 39;
Another wrote: & # 39; Wow, that's so incredibly bizarre and cool at the same time. & # 39;
One added: & # 39; So ironic. & # 39;
Daniel Martin shared the message on his Instagram account and confused royal fans who had mistaken the artwork for Meghan Markle
Daniel has previously spoken about the influence of his relationship with Meghan on his reputation as a makeup artist.
Speak on podcast Gloss Angeles, Daniel explained that he had a & # 39; zero & # 39; idea of the lasting effect of their high-profile collaboration.
& # 39; It was literally like a friend who asked me to do a wedding, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I was like: & # 39; I'm glad you're happy, of course I'll do your makeup. & # 39;
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