One of the fan pages of Queen’s legendary late frontman Freddie Mercury, ‘Mercury My Love,’ has shared some superrare photos of Freddie via its Instagram account.

As you can see in the photos below, these photos were taken by Freddie’s late boyfriend, Jim Hutton, at Garden Lodge, August 28th, 1991. The duo was having a great day together in the backyard of the hotel.

In the caption area, the Instagram page has shared a little-known interview of Jim Hutton in which he was talking about the backstory of the photo.

Here’s the caption of this post:

“That summer Freddie posed for a camera for the very last time – mine. It happened like this. I was out in the garden photographing some of the flowers in full bloom and Freddie walked towards me. I trained the lens on – he wanted to move back a bit so it wasn’t a close-up.

Then he posed while I took four pictures, and he managed a smile for each. He was so pale and drawn that he knew he didn’t look his best, but it didn’t matter a bit; of all the pictures I have of Freddie, those are the ones I love most.”

You can see the Instagram post right below.

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. "That summer Freddie posed for a camera for the very last time – mine. It happened like this. I was out in the garden photographing some of the flowers in full bloom and Freddie walked towards me. I trained the lens on – he wanted to move back a bit so it wasn't a close-up. Then he posed while I took four pictures, and he managed a smile for each. He was so pale and drawn that he knew he didn't look his best, but it didn't matter a bit; of all the pictures I have of Freddie, those are the ones I love most." – Jim Hutton . Jim Hutton took these photos of Freddie at Garden Lodge, August 28th 1991🥺 . . . . . . #freddiemercury#farrokhbulsara#jimhutton#mercury#mercuryandme#legend#singer#music#queen#queenband#rogertaylor#johndeacon#brianmay#70s#80s#90s

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