One of the most well-known Freddie Mercury fan pages on all over social media, Freddie Mercury Club has shared golden-worth photos of Freddie Mercury when he was taking swans’ photos.

Also, Freddie Mercury Club have shared the rare interview line of Freddie’s boyfriend Jim Hutton, and the line showed some details about Freddie’s little-known swans.

Here’s what Jim told:

“Freddie always rented a lakeside house called The Cygnets, because of the number of swans on the lake you could see from the windows…

One of the first things Freddie liked to do when he arrived in Montreux was look at the swans on the lake. He referred to them as ‘my’ swans and as soon as he’d seen them he felt he could quickly settle back into the swiss way of life.

That day, after strolling over to see his swans, Freddie sat at the water’s edge and was inspired to write a song called “A Winter’s Tale.” “

You can read the note of the Instagram page here:

“👉P.S. Doesn’t your heart just melt at the idea of Freddie going to see “his” swans as soon as he arrived in Montreux whether it was early in his career in the 70s or later on the the ups and 90s. I mean just look at him taking photos with his Polaroid like a professional photographer…he had the gentler heart and had love for all living beings in the world because he himself was made of love ❤💛

📷 Freddie photographing “his swans” in Montreux 1978

#FreddieMercury #swans.”

You can see these rare photos below.

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💥Freddie's Swans💥 . "Freddie always rented a lakeside house called The Cygnets, because of the number of swans on the lake you could see from the windows… One of the first things Freddie liked to do when he arrived in Montreux was look at the swans on the lake. He referred to them as 'my' swans and as soon as he'd seen them he felt he could quickly settle back into the swiss way of life. That day, after strolling over to see his swans, Freddie sat at the water's edge and was inspired to write a song called "A Winter's Tale." " -Jim Hutton . 👉P.S. Doesn't your heart just melt at the idea of Freddie going to see "his" swans as soon as he arrived in Montreux whether it was early in his career in the 70s or later on the the ups and 90s. I mean just look at him taking photos with his Polaroid like a professional photographer…he had the gentler heart and had love for all living beings in the world because he himself was made of love ❤💛 . 📷 Freddie photographing "his swans" in Montreux 1978 . #FreddieMercury #swans

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