Queen legend Freddie Mercury’s biggest fan page on Instagram, Freddie Mercury Club have celebrated the birthday of Freddie’s mother Jer Bulsara in a recent Instagram post.

On that post, Freddie Mercury Club has revealed a rare interview of Jer which has been made by Telegraph in 2012. We can say that the interview includes some heartbreaking lines as you can read below.

“His passing doesn’t seem more than 20 years ago. I still feel he is around because his music is played so often. It reassures me that he is still loved by people all over the world, but of course, none of them love him as much as his mother.

He was so generous, too. One day he bought me a complete set of antique silver cutlery to apologise for not turning up for a meal. I didn’t like to use it as it was so posh, so only put it out when he came. He also invited us for meals prepared by his cook and made a big fuss of me. When I went into the kitchen out of habit to help, he’d insist I sat down and relax.

It was a very sad day when he died in November 1991, but according to our religion when it is the right time you cannot change it. You have to go. God loved him more and wanted him with Him and that is what I keep in my mind. No mother wants to see her son die, but, at the same time, he has done more for the world in his short life than many people could do in 100 years.”

You can see the original Instagram post below.

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Happy birthday Mother Mercury… ❤❤❤ . Jer Bulsara would have turned 97 today if we hadn't lost her in November 2016 😢 . But they're together now up there and that comforts me…I am beyond grateful to this woman for giving us Freddie ❤ . Here are some words Jer said about her "dear boy" in an interview with the Telegraph in 2012: . "His passing doesn’t seem more than 20 years ago. I still feel he is around because his music is played so often. It reassures me that he is still loved by people all over the world, but of course, none of them love him as much as his mother.” . “He was so generous, too. One day he bought me a complete set of antique silver cutlery to apologise for not turning up for a meal. I didn’t like to use it as it was so posh, so only put it out when he came. He also invited us for meals prepared by his cook and made a big fuss of me. When I went into the kitchen out of habit to help, he’d insist I sat down and relax.” . “It was a very sad day when he died in November 1991, but according to our religion when it is the right time you cannot change it. You have to go. God loved him more and wanted him with Him and that is what I keep in my mind. No mother wants to see her son die, but, at the same time, he has done more for the world in his short life than many people could do in 100 years." 👑 . #FreddieMercury #JerBulsara

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