Jim Hutton is the historical boyfriend of Freddie Mercury, we know better his relationship with the singer
Without a shadow of a doubt, we all know Jim Hutton for being the historic boyfriend of Freddie Mercury. The two have lived together for six years a beautiful love story. However, the man died on New Year’s Day in 2010, precisely three days before he turned 61. Let’s get to know his better together history.
Although in the famous film “The Bohemian Rhapsody” Jim Hutton was designated as a waiter, in real life the man was a hairdresser. To describe his in detail relation with Freddie Mercury there is aautobiography written by himself which dates back to 1994 and is entitled “Mercury and me”.
Jim Hutton lived with Freddie Mercury the last years of the latter’s life. The celebrated Queen frontman died the day November 24, 1991 due to a broncopolmonite induced by HIV. Only one day before his death had this sexually transmitted disease been discovered.
At the time of death by Freddie Mercury, Jim Hutton was there present with him. The historic fiancé of the Queen singer learned that he was positive he too AIDS in 1990. However, only one year later, the man publicly spread the sad news to her boyfriend.
Freddie Mercury’s legacy to Jim Hutton and Mary Austin
As for theinheritance by Freddie Mercury, the latter decided to distribute it partly to Jim Hutton and partly to his former historical girlfriend. At the first he left such a sum of £ 500,000 it’s a ground in Rutland on Terrace, in Carlow where Hutton later built a house. However, most of the money went to Mary Austin.
Despite Jim Hutton and Freddie Mercury they were never hooked on wedding, both wore a ring as a symbol of their bond. It’s about a wedding ring that the singer wore even on the day of his death. However, Freddie Mercury has always tried to keep his distance from the world of music and his own private life.