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Some rare (and not so rare) pictures of Freddie .

October 19, 2020   Seraja   0

1st & 2nd photo: Freddie buying some Japanese clothes and art in Japan, 1986.

3rd photo: Freddie next to Roger at Live Aid’s backstage, 1985.

4th photo: Freddie and Barbara Valentin, circa 1989.

5th photo: Freddie and (probably) Terry Giddings leaving Richoux Restaurant, London circa 1990.

6th photo: Freddie, Roger and Brian in an airplane, 1986.

7th photo: Freddie with Mary Austin, Reihold Mack and Mack’s wife.

8th photo: Freddie and Mr, Itami in Japan, 1986.

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Freddie never expressed any desire to have children to me at any time.

October 17, 2020   Seraja   0

Freddie never expressed any desire to have children to me at any time. That is not to say he disliked children, he spent time, in the later years with a few. I don’t think he could have accepted the responsibility of taking time out of his life to look after them. He saw, particularly with his bandmates on tour, exactly what was required of them as parents. He did enjoy being around them for a while,but was always happy to ‘hand them back’ at the end of a visit. You must also remember his house was full of valuable objets d’art, many on coffee tables that would be within easy reach of enquiring young hands. He never dreamed of going round the house putting things away before any visit, he just expected the children to be well behaved, and most of them were!

Peter Freestone

We do know Freddie was amazing with children and he became a godfather to a couple of very special children, Reinhold Mack’s son along with John Deacon – Little Freddie and Mary’s oldest son – Richard. He was always fond of all of his friends children

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Freddie for Vogue Magazine, 1984.

October 13, 2020   Seraja   5

Freddie for Vogue Magazine, 1984.
— Freddie rarely willing appeared in print, but agreed to be one of the five celebrities promoting diamonds for men in a Vogue Magazine supplement publidhed on behalf of “The Diamond Information Centre” in June 1984 edition.

I already posted about this but I was looking through my “Never Boring Book” and I needed to scan it again because just look at this wonderful picture! He looks so handsome and calm… this picture makes me smile. I always thought this was a fake picture before knowing it was for Vogue Magazine and since I knew it was a real one, it became one of my favorite pictures of this gorgeous man.

—— picture scanned by myself from “Never Boring Book”.
—— info from “Freddie Mercury The Great Pretender a life in pictures” book.
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