One of the most followed Queen/Freddie Mercury fan pages on the whole social media, Freddie Mercury Club, has shared a bunch of photos from the Christmas party that Freddie attended back in 1985.

You will check out the details right below that Freddie showed his dancing skills to Lady Diana, just like the close friend of Principal Dancer with The Royal Ballet, who also celebrates his 72nd birthday today, Wayne Sleep.

We have to add that it was not the first and last interaction of Freddie Mercury and Princess Diana. As Freddie’s friendship is Lady Diana is a well-known truth, according to the Cleo Rocos’ The Power of Positive Drinking book, Lady Diana and Freddie has gone to a gay bar to drink wine and beer after the night at the Royal Opera House.

Let’s hear the night’s story from Freddie Mercury Club:

“Wayne Sleep (the dancer and choreographer) was a close friend of Freddie and was a Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet.

He has appeared as a guest artist on many shows including the one where he danced with Princess Diana at the annual Christmas party of the Friends of Covent Garden at the Royal Opera House in 1985.

Wayne is also famous for being the shortest male dancer ever admitted into the Royal Ballet School. That’s why Freddie gave him the nickname “Bridget the midget.”

About Freddie Wayne says:

“He was amazing, he was so generous. He loved the ballet and the opera so he’d come to the opera house to see us dance and then I became friends with him.”

Wayne has mentioned that it was Freddie who encouraged him to come out which he finally did in his 40s.”

You can check out these unforgettable photos of Freddy right below.

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💥Freddie & Wayne Sleep💥 . Happy birthday to Wayne Sleep who turned 72 today ❤🎊 . ✨Wayne Sleep (the dancer and choreagrapher) was a close friend of Freddie and was a Principal Dancer with the Royal Ballet. . . ✨He has appeared as a guest artist on many shows including the one where he danced with Princess Diana at the annual Christmas party of the Friends of Covent Garden at the Royal Opera House in 1985. . ✨Wayne is also famous for being the shortest male dancer ever admitted into the Royal Ballet School. That's why Freddie gave him the nickname "Bridget the midget." . ✨About Freddie Wayne says: "He was amazing, he was so generous. He loved the ballet and the opera so he’d come to the opera house to see us dance and then I became friends with him." . ✨Wayne has mentioned that it was Freddie who encouraged him to come out which he finally did in his 40s. . 👉P.S. Look at all the photos of their friendship through the years and once again envy the friendship and awesome times Freddie's friends were lucky enough to experience. Lucky Wayne 💛 . 🎥 Video coming up🎥 . #FreddieMercury #WayneSleep

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