Who is the most accidentally famous person ever?

One Opinion:

The Afghan Girl
Drawn to her famously haunting eyes, photographer Steve McCurr quickly made two shots of a 12-year-old girl in a refugee camp near Peshawar, Pakistan, for "Along Afghanistan's War-torn Frontier," the cover story of the June 1985 issue. (Related: "Leading Ladies: The Women of National Geographic.")
After her image appeared on the cover, she became known at the magazine as "the Afghan girl." In April 2002, McCurry found her living back in Afghanistan and took her photo again. Her name, we learned then, was Sharbat Gula. She was now married with three children, and she remembered the day the photographer took her picture.
Said McCurry: "I didn't think the photograph of the girl would be different from anything else I shot that day." But it was, and it became perhaps the most iconic, and certainly the most arresting, cover the magazine has ever published.

Age 13 and age 30