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I want to cry after I read this. There is no need for fans to hate on this woman, because she knew Freddie from another side, way better than us. The loss of Freddie was harder for her too, so these signs and presents might be painful for her. This should be respected.
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Though, it wasn't easy, they kept such a strong platonic love between each other! What a magnificent story :)
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I just watched Bohemian Rhapsody a few days ago, and I'm glad that she approved the script. I learned so much more about her from that movie than I ever did before. How could I possibly hate her when Freddie loved her so dearly? She may not have been able to deal with his bisexuality very well, and assumed he no longer loved her because of it, But I don't think so. I think he loved her until the day he died - maybe beyond, if you believe in that sort of stuff.

As for fans not liking her because of their not beng able to leave memorial stuff at her house, well, it IS her house. Of course she wouldn't want to see all of the reminders of what she lost!
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Some fans might take it too personal, as they think that losing of Freedie was harder for them and for the world, than for her. ?
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Sadly, you may be right. I mean, it's not like the fact that she knew and loved him, personally and intimately, for years shoud mean it would affect her more than people who just knew him from his music. *sigh* At least they would think that. Some people are just idiots that have no empathy for anyone else.
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I develop more and more respect to this woman, she is amazing. The real Muse of Freddie Mercury.
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Many points made in this ‘article’ are either misleading or incorrect, much of it as fanciful as the fantasy version of Queen’s lives presented in the “Bo Rhap” film. Mary Austin was first spotted by Roger Taylor while she was on a break from Biba and then dated Brian May before she dated Freddie Mercury, so this account of how they met is incorrect. Freddie did not know Mary “all of his life”—he met her in his mid-20s. Unlike in the film, it was Roger, already playing at cross-dressing, who experimented with makeup with/on Freddie between 1969-73, when the pair spent much of their time in Roger’s hometown of Truro in Cornwall. This was in the days of Smile, prior to Freddie joining them in mid-1970. Freddie and Roger lived together for easily three years until Roger moved out to allow Mary to move in with Freddie. Also, Freddie had several female loves/lovers, both before and after Mary, including his first big crush—a girl he flipped for who lived near his school, St. Paul’s, in India. By the way, in the pic used which shows Mary holding a baby next to Freddie: That is Roger Taylor’s (then) newborn baby daughter, Rory Eleanor, not one of Mary’s sons. As for Garden Lodge, it is nice to see it clean and staying that way. The graffiti was horrid and an embarrassment to the entire neighborhood, who hounded Mary to clean it. The neighbors do not mind fans taking photos and being respectful, but defacing the property is an insult to them, to Mary, to other fans and especially to Freddie, who adored that home.
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What a beautiful lovestrory. And sad. We lost a legend!!! Why on earth do they hate her?

The saying " jealosy makes you nasty" comes to mind.
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A very good musical movie sad way to go Freddie had a lot to give
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