Former Freddie Mercury's fiancé, Mary Austin, who lives in a villa in East London, inherited 50 percent of her wealth and Freddie's earnings after his death, according to an online Spanish newspaper ABC.
Freddie Mercury described it as "the love of his life," but few scientists had discovered the existence of Mary Austin before "Bohemian Rhapsody" bios appeared in 2018.
Ex-girlfriend of a late artist is a woman very cautious about her private life, but due to the great influence of Freddie Malek's film, the queen's main legacy will receive a significant biopic earnings of 600 million euros, according to Daily Mail , quoted Agerpres.
After the big success of Queen's film, Mary Austin comes to about £ 40 million ($ 44.8 million) as "royaltie". Although Freddie and Mary disintegrated, they remained good friends until the death of AIDS-induced pneumonia in 1991.
Freddie left Mary half of her fortune at £ 75 million, including a London villas estimated at £ 20 million in which she lives. He also left 50% of his future earnings: 25 percent was paid to his parents and 25 percent to Fred's sister. Mary, after the death of artificial parents, rose to 75 percent.
According to Daily Mail, Queen earnings are divided into four Freddie Mercury heirs and three band members: guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon. Mary Austin receives about 19 percent of the total, ABC concludes.
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