Forrest Gump, is that you simply?

{A photograph} of Queen Elizabeth II has gone viral on Twitter after individuals noticed who they lightheartedly recommended was Tom Hanks’ iconic character within the background.

Valentine Low, the royal correspondent for The Occasions of London, on Tuesday tweeted this image of the British monarch’s shock go to to Paddington Station to formally open the new Elizabeth tube line, named in her honor.

There, behind the queen and to the fitting of the picture, is a person who at first look might go for Gump in scenes from the hit 1994 movie during which he finds himself witness to historical events.

Low “wasn’t trying on the background” when he took the image, he informed HuffPost. “I used to be concentrating on the Queen, who’s trying fairly good for 96.”

Twitter consumer @Skillsmcgill was among the many first to spotlight the person’s presence.

“I needed to zoom proper in to verify if this was Forrest Gump,” they tongue-in-cheek tweeted on Wednesday. The publish has now garnered greater than 200,000 likes.

“I simply seen the picture of somebody furtively lurking on the again and zoomed it to see what was occurring there. Lo and behold ‘Forrest’ is trying again at me and it immediately simply appeared as a nonetheless from a while hopping deleted scene from the movie,” the Twitter consumer, who didn’t reveal their full title, informed HuffPost.

It “actually is slightly beautiful to think about being a way accountable for making many individuals smile, that appears fairly necessary proper now, greater than ever,” they added.