It has revealed that the iconic British singer and the frontman of Queen, Freddie Mercury, had celebrated Roger Taylor’s birthday 34 years ago by spending a huge amount of money.

A fan page of Freddie Mercury has shared a rare video from the drummer Roger Taylor’s 37th birthday in honor of his 71st birthday this year. In the video, the bandmate of Taylor, Freddie Mercury seems as the organizer of the surprise party.

Mercury displays his strong bond with Taylor, as the video shows, and jokes around him saying about the drummer figure on the top of the cake that it is their new drummer. He also tries to trick Taylor by claiming a girl is going to pop out of that cake.

According to the fan page, the birthday party Freddie Mercury threw in his own presidential suite in Budapest cost £5000, which was a large amount of money considering the years the party was given.

Here’s what page wrote:

“34 years ago on this day, Freddie celebrated Roger’s 37th birthday in his own presidential suite in Budapest at the cost of 5000 £ because that’s the kind of friend he was loyal, sweet, thoughtful, and infinitely generous.”

You can see the post of Freddie Mercury fan page below.

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A lot has changed in the past few years but I still want to post this on Roger's 71st birthday… . ✨34 years ago on this day, Freddie celebrated Roger's 37th birthday in his own presidential suite in Budapest at the cost of 5000 £ because that's the kind of friend he was…loyal, sweet, thoughtful, and infinitely generous ❤ . 👉P.S. I love seeing Freddie all in yellow glowing with childlike joy and excitement…it melts my heart to see the bliss in Freddie's face as he's making his friend happy, always putting others' happiness before his own…. Cause that's the kind of person he really was. And I adore him when he points to the birthday cake and says "That's the new drummer" 😍😂😂 And wittily adds: "I know you don't think this but a girl IS gonna pop out of that…try!" Love him to pieces 😂😍😂 . #FreddieMercury #RogerTaylor

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