1st: Freddie and his friend Lee Nolan at his Kensington flat of the 1984 (I think)
2nd: Freddie with friends, Patrick Morrisey and Lee Nolan in New York in the 80s (I think on the 1982).
Thus started what was to be one of the most enduring friendships I have ever known Freddie to have enjoyed and one which lasted until the end of his life. Thor (Arnold) introduced Freddie to three other friends of his in Manhattan, Lee Nolan, Joe Scardilli, and John Murphy and more often than not it was always a crowd of six of us who went out whenever we were in New York. Freddie used to affectionately call the four Manhattan men, ‘my New York daughters”.
— Peter “Phoebe” Freestone–
“I have never seen any repetition of the intimacy of his relationship to Thor and Lee. To Freddie, these were two very special people.”
: “He first had a flat and then a big house, also in Kensington, but when he wasn’t away on tour, he would come home regularly. He always liked my cooking, especially my dahls, sweet and sour mince and cheese biscuits. When he was famous and had people to dinner he’d sometimes ask to make them for him”.
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