Legendary late Queen musician Freddie Mercury’s really rare photo with Brian May exposed by Bri on his official and verified Instagram account.

As you will see below, Freddie mercury and friends like Paul Prenter, Jim Beach, Jochen Krauss also exist on the photo.

Brian admitted that Paul Prenter (the bad guy of the movie) was not so bad at all. Here is the story of that memorial:

“This might seem random … but there is a reason. I just heard that an old friend of mine who used to work on our promotion in Germany many years ago is poorly. Her colleague sent me this picture to remind me of the old days.

And it struck me probably nobody has seen this in recent times. It’s a moment in Munich on December 1980, when we were being presented with a gold disc (one of many, thanks to these guys’ hard work) for sales in Germany (on Electrola, as it was).

This shows – left to right – Werner Pöppel, Gaby Zangerl, me, a very youthful Jim Beach, Jochen Krauss, who sent me the pic, Freddie, John, and Roger. Obscured behind Freddie is Paul Prenter, now known to you all as a character in a film, and something of a bad guy, although, of course, he wasn’t ALL bad! Biopic movies are always, necessarily, a montage of simplifications (otherwise the film would be years long and unwatchable !)

But hopefully distilled in a responsible way to tell a decent story. Swipe for a zoom in. Bri”

You can see the photo below.

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This might seem random … but there is a reason. I just heard that an old friend of mine who used to work on our promotion in Germany many years ago is poorly. Her colleague sent me this picture to remind me of old days. And it struck me probably nobody has seen this in recent times. It’s a moment in Munich in December 1980, when we were being presented with a gold disc (one of many, thanks to these guys’ hard work) for sales in Germany (on Electrola, as it was). This shows – left to right – Werner Pöppel, Gaby Zangerl, me, a very youthful Jim Beach, Jochen Krauss, who sent me the pic, Freddie, John and Roger. Obscured behind Freddie is Paul Prenter, now known to you all as a character in a film, and something of a bad guy, although, of course, he wasn’t ALL bad ! Biopic movies are always, necessarily, a montage of simplifications (otherwise the film would be years long and unwatchable !) But hopefully distilled in a responsible way to tell a decent story. Swipe for a zoom in. Bri

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