A photo of Queen Elizabeth II attending the opening of her namesake subway line in London is going viral — not because of Her Majesty, but for a shadowy figure seen lurking in the back of the photo.

In the pic, posted on Twitter by Valentine Low, royal correspondent for the Times of London, the Queen is seen attending the opening of the new Elizabeth Line, the new cross-London tube line named in her honour in celebration of her Platinum Jubilee marking 70 years on the throne.

Way in the background, however, a person’s head can be seen at the top right of the photo, peering around the side of a wall.

A closeup of the photo reveals the lurker bears a striking resemblance to Tom Hanks in “Forrest Gump”.

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Valentine Low/Twitter
Valentine Low/Twitter

In the 1994 Oscar winner, Forrest has an uncanny knack for being documented alongside historical figures ranging from JFK to John Lennon.

Here’s how Twitter has been reacting to the character’s lookalike appearing near the Queen: