Queen legend Brian May shared a recent photo on his official Instagram page and revealed an unseen photo of Queen icon Freddie Mercury.

Brian May said that he was thrilled to see that Queen In 3-D was number three in Amazon’s overall book chart.

Here is what he wrote:

“I don’t often get all brag, hopefully – but I was thrilled to check tonight and see that QUEEN IN 3-D was NUMBER THREE In Amazon’s overall books chart!

This is going in my “Who would have thought it“ box! Here’s the funny part. Just a few hours ago it was number 5267 in the chart!!! This was all due to the ONE SHOW! So my big thanks to all the @bbctheoneshow team, and to Joe Lycett @joelycett for making such a great fuss of the book.

This is also probably a great time to thank my small but incredibly committed London Stereoscopic Company team. Nicole Ettinger who does brilliant publicity, Denis Pellerin, who keeps us anchored in the 19th century, Sara Bricusse, who manages the company and keeps its works oiled, and Robin Rees, who our Publishing Whizz.

Also big thanks to Sally Frost, Jen Tunney, Phil Murray, Emma Donaghue, Jamie Symonds. You all ROCK! Of course the book will zoom down a few thousand places in the next few hours, but… It’s been good! Cheers all! Bri.”

Here is Brian May’s Instagram post:

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I don’t often get all brag, hopefully – but I was thrilled to check tonight and see that QUEEN IN 3-D was NUMBER THREE In Amazon’s overall books chart ! This is going in my “who would have thought it“ box! Here’s the funny part. Just a few hours ago it was number 5267 in the chart !!! This was all due to the ONE SHOW ! So my big thanks to all the @bbctheoneshow team, and to Joe Lycett @joelycett for making such a great fuss of the book. This is also probably a great time to thank my small but incredibly committed London Stereoscopic Company team. Nicole Ettinger who does brilliant publicity, Denis Pellerin, who keeps us anchored in the 19th century, Sara Bricusse, who manages the company and keeps its works oiled, and Robin Rees, who our Publishing Whizz. Also big thanks to Sally Frost, Jen Tunney, Phil Murray, Emma Donaghue, Jamie Symonds. You all ROCK ! Of course The book will zoom down a few thousand places in the next few hours, but …. It’s been good ! Cheers all ! Bri

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Here’s one of the unseen photos of Freddie Mercury.