In a heartfelt tweet, Queen’s Brian May wonders if an uncovered photo makes him ‘glad or sad.’


In a heartfelt tweet, Queen’s Brian May wonders if an uncovered photo makes him ‘glad or sad.’

BRIAN MAY has paid respect to his late mother by posting an undiscovered photo on Instagram.

Brian May, 74, has paid tribute to his mother, who would have turned 100 years old today, on his Instagram account.

The Queen actor shared an old snapshot of himself as a child, smiling broadly alongside his mother.

Brian believes the two were photographed more than 60 years ago while sitting on a beach near Worthing, West Sussex.

He admitted that he didn’t know whether the snap made him pleased or sad when he talked about its sentimental value.

“My Mum would have been 100 years old today,” he said to his 2.9 million followers.

“We’re having a good time on Worthing (I believe) beach in the late 1950s.”

“Right now, I’m trying to figure out whether looking at this makes me happy or sad.”

“Thank you, @blueprintblues, for the amazing colorizing.

“Wishing you a very happy birthday, Mum.”

“Bri” was his signature at the end of the heartfelt statement.

Brian’s fans swamped the comment area of the post with expressions of support for him.

“I get sad when I look at images of my mum, too,” heybrowneyedgirl said.

“Ruth had to be a good person since she raised such a nice son.”

“Be happy,” heene28 said. Mum and Dad are standing right by you…“ Always! Continue to speak with them, and they will respond.” “Happy Heavenly Birthday to your lovely Mum,” grandma dalby wrote.

“For delivering you to the world, we owe her a debt of gratitude.

“Dr. May, may God bless you.”

“Happy Birthday to your Mother,” mila primavera said.

“Remember the good times you had with her; I always believe that’s the better alternative.”

Brian’s tweet comes after it was announced that Queen will commemorate their 50th anniversary in the music industry with a pop-up store and experience in London.

Queen The Greatest, a pop-up store and fan experience, debuted this week on London’s Carnaby Street.


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