Mary Austin is a British celebrity and famous personality. Mary Austin is famous as the ex-girlfriend of famous British singer and songwriter late Freddie Mercury. Likewise, Freddie called her the love of his life and the two remained extremely good friends till Mercury’s death.
Table of Biography
Mary Austin was born in the year 1951 on March 6. She was born in London, England. Likewise, she is 70 years old as of now.
She belongs to British nationality and was born under the star sign Pisces. Moving on to her family, there is not much information available regarding her parents.
Similarly, there is no information regarding his siblings on the Internet either. Thus, the names and identities of his family are still in the dark. She grew up in London.
Talking about her educational details, she attended a local high school. After her high school education, she went on to work on several small jobs to support her livelihood.
Aside from that, there is no information available regarding her Education and academics.
Mary Austin has quite a bit of dating history. She first got into a relationship with Brian May. After a bit of dating, she broke up with him and began her relationship with Freddie Mercury.
Similarly, Freddie and she had immense love for each other. However, following Freddie’s sexual orientation and fame they got distant and broke up their relationship.
Later she married Piers Cameron in the year 1990. Soon things turned sour and the couple divorced in the year 2002. Furthermore, she married Nicholas Holford in the year 1998 and divorced him in 2002.
She herself has not been involved in any scandals and controversies. She has maintained a clean internet profile.
Mary Austin is in her early 70s. As for her height, she stands tall at 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 62 kg.
Likewise, her body measurements (chest-waist-hips) are 34-28-35 respectively. She has blonde hair with beautiful blue eyes.
Career and Professional life
Mary Austin worked on several small jobs to support her lively hood. She met Brian May, one of the creators of the band ‘Queen’. She got into a relationship with him but soon broke up
. Likewise, she was only 19 years old when she met Freddie through him. He then stayed with Freddie and supported and helped him on his shows and musical ventures.
Freddie Mercury’s career
As a young lad in India, she received formal piano training up to the age of nine. Furthermore, while living in London, he learned to play guitar. He mostly liked guitar-oriented music.
his favorite artists at the time were the Beatles, Led Zepplin, and many more.
The famous musician played the piano in many of Queen’s most popular songs, including “Killer Queen”, “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “We are the champions”, “Somebody to love”, and “Don’t Stop me now.
In the years 1981–1983 he recorded several tracks with famous Micheal Jackson including a State of Shock, “Victory”, and “There Must Be More to Life Than This”.
However, none of these collaborations were officially released at the time. Micheal Jackson went on to record the single “State of Shock” with Mick Jagger.
Later, Mercury included the solo version of “There Must Be More To Life Than This” on his Mr. Bad guy album.
Likewise, with his two solo albums, Mercury released several singles. One of his singles included his own version of the hit The great pretender.
In September 2006, a compilation album featuring Mercury’s solo work was released in the UK to honor what would have been his 60th birthday. The album went on to debut in the UK top 10.
Mercury was famous for his live performances. The shows were often held in big stadiums around the world.
He portrayed a highly theatrical style that often involved a great deal of participation from the crowd. Similarly, he inspired the song Love of my life.
Awards and Net worth
He received $ 10 million and Freddie Mercury’s mansion at the time of his death. Likewise, she has not received any awards to date. She enjoys a peaceful life and has a net worth of $ 8 million.
She is not active on any social media sites. She enjoys a peaceful and social media-free life.