The big economic moment surpasses Mary Austin thanks to the success of Bohemian Rhapsody.
A woman (who has maintained a relationship with Freddie Mercury for six years and friendship to the end) will receive 19% of all group rights annually. This year the yield was multiplied by a film.
Living companion and inspirational muse of the popular queen singer, Mary has one of the most famous anecdotes in the history of music: it was her that Freddie dedicated one of the most famous and beautiful songs of the band, The love of my life,
Scene of the couple in the movie "Bohemian Rhapsody".
Love began when she was 24 years old and was 19 years old. Before he was a couple, he continued – until Freddie's death.
According to information published by British newspapers Daily Mail, The film leaves the queen's main heiress singer more than $ 45 million.
Add an annual income for the rights of Freddie's work. As an example: of more than 32 million disks sold by the queen in the United States, half of which was after Mercury's death,
Mercury during a legendary show on April 20, 1992 at the Wembley Stadium in London.
Mercury died in November 1991, but in 2018 with the biopic premiere, his work appeared with incredible strength.
Mercury continues to create millionaires for several: when the interpreter died, his fortune – which was then considered to be more than $ 90 million – was divided among three heirs:Former girlfriend and friend received 50%, their parents, 25% and their sister, another 25%.
"(Mary) I met her in the recital, and because she was shy, she did not call me to her. We went out several times, but it was shy too, so we said goodbye to a kiss on my face and nothing else. Freddie told me he liked it, so I decided to introduce them, I think it's their true love, "documentary guitarist Brian May said in the documentary Days of our life.
When the Queen's popularity reached its highest points, the blonde stepped away from each other. He had suspicion of infidelity and the relationship began to break.
Freddie admitted he was bisexual. Mary answered, "No, Freddie, I do not think you're bisexual, I think you're gay."
After Freddie's death, Austin was the first to have a house where the singer lived until his death, one of the largest in one of London's most exclusive quarters.