One of the most followed fan pages of Queen legend Freddie Mercury, Freddie Mercury Online, shared the untold secret about Freddie’s last days, which was revealed by his long-time friend, Peter Freestone.

Peter stated that Freddie was getting weaker day by day, and he wasn’t interested in eating or drinking to gather himself. Also, Peter said that Freddie lost the strength of his muscles that he couldn’t be able to walk without anybody’s help.

Furthermore, Peter revealed that Freddie wanted to look at his artworks for one last time and commented on how and when he acquired a few of the pieces.

Here is what Peter Freestone said:

“I would also like to help put some people’s minds at rest regarding the stories of Freddie’s bones breaking when we were moving him around his bed to get him comfortable in those last two weeks.

Yes, Freddie was getting weaker by the day, as he wasn’t very interested in eating or drinking very much, but he was able to stand and to walk very short distances, with some assistance. Just because the muscles are losing some of their strength doesn’t automatically mean that the bones are losing density.”

He continued:

“Freddie was downstairs in Garden Lodge on the 20th of November, as he wanted to see some of his artworks for one last time. Terry carried him down the stairs, but he walked around the sitting room and Japanese room with one of us supporting him.

He commented on how and when he had acquired a few of the pieces. Of course, there was a quiet atmosphere in the house during those last days, but Freddie remained the Freddie we knew until the end.”

A fan named Susan added this comment:

“Blessings Peter. Your soul is so sweet. You always smile while lifting Freddie and his memory into the light.”

Another fan named Meredith wrote:

“Oh, Freddie. You never changed, dear one.”

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⁣Freddie and Peter Freestone in the 80s♥️.⠀ —⠀ 🎙 "One question I get asked a lot by both fans and during interviews is what is my fondest memory of Freddie and for this my answer is always the same.⠀ ⠀ There are so many memories for me from the twelve years I knew Freddie, but the moments that always stood out for me were when he was at home laughing. I know this sounds quite ordinary, but whenever you see Freddie smiling or laughing during an interview, he always uses his top lip to cover his teeth, or else he brings up his had to cover his mouth. The reason for this was that he hated his teeth and always tried to cover them up. When he was at home he wasn’t self-conscious surrounded by friends, and he would just throw his head back and laugh out loud with his mouth wide open. Those were the times when the warm, funny and relaxed man was able to appear, without having to be wary of strangers seeing him with out the Freddie Mercury – the Rock Star persona.⠀ ⠀ I would also like to help put some people’s minds at rest regarding the stories of Freddie’s bones breaking when we were moving him round his bed to get him comfortable in those last two weeks. Yes, Freddie was getting weaker by the day, as he wasn’t very interested in eating or drinking very much, but he was able to stand and to walk very short distances, with some assistance. Just because the muscles are losing some of their strength doesn’t automatically mean that the bones are losing density. Freddie was downstairs in Garden Lodge on the 20th November, as he wanted to see some of his art works for one last time. Terry carried him down the stairs, but he walked around the sitting room and Japanese room with one of us supporting him. He commented on how and when he had acquired a few of the pieces. Of course there was a quiet atmosphere in the house during those last days, but Freddie remained the Freddie we knew until the end." — Peter Freestone (phoebe). #freddiemercury

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