Queen legend Brian May has shared a photo on his official Instagram account to end all the speculations about him which is about ‘wearing a frock’ rumors that spoken by the people for many years.

In the high school years of Brian May, it’s very well-known that he was playing in J. M. Barrie’s theatre as a Lady Mary Lazenby, and that’s why he was wearing a frock as a man.

In addition, he stated that he was scared at that time but simultaneously, he was having so much fun either.

Here is what Brian May wrote:

“OK! Just to settle the rumors out there … yes – in the ‘boys wearing frocks’ movement, I was ahead of you all! This is a young Brian May as Lady Mary Lazenby in “The Admirable Crichton” by J. M. Barrie. It was the School Play at Hampton Grammar School – I was probably 14 years old.

Ours was an all-boys school – which was said to have advantages at the time. In retrospect, I think it scarred me for life. But the drama was fun! Of course, in Shakespeare’s time (a little before Barrie) the women’s parts on stage were customarily played by men.

And, in other news, J. M. Barrie is best known as the creator of Peter Pan, the well-known advocate of Not Growing Up. Gotta love J. M. Barrie! Bri 💥💥💥💥 I am front centre”

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OK ! Just to settle the rumours out there … yes – in the ‘boys wearing frocks’ movement, I was ahead of you all ! This is a young Brian May as Lady Mary Lazenby in “The Admirable Crichton” by J. M. Barrie. It was the School Play at Hampton Grammar School – I was probably 14 years old. Ours was an all-boys school – which was said to have advantages at the time. In retrospect, I think it scarred me for life. But the drama was fun ! Of course, in Shakespeare’s time (a little before Barrie) the women’s parts on stage were customarily played by men. And, in other news, J. M. Barrie is best known as the creator of Peter Pan, the well-known advocate of Not Growing Up. Gotta love J. M. Barrie! Bri 💥💥💥💥 I am front centre.

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