“Freddie was very into tuxedos and bow ties by this time. He said it was to do with getting old and calming down, but we called it the Barcelona effect, the influence of working with Montserrat Caballé.” — Peter Hince.
This was Freddie’s personal favourite portrait, it later was used for the cover of “The Freddie Mercury Album”.
© text taken from “Freddie Mercury: the great pretender. A life in pictures” book.
I think this is one of my favourite to . he have so much confidence in this photo.
You already saw the photosheet. I hope the pictures come online soon. Beautiful photoshoot from a beautiful man .