Legendary singer's old home in London suburbia gets the English Heritage honour
The late Freddie Mercury will now forever be remembered in the London suburb of Feltham.
The home of the former Queen frontman now has an English Heritage blue plaque on it, marking the house out for future generations.
Freddie - real name Farokkh Bulsara - died in 1991 but even after he found fame and fortune he frequently went back to his old home to visit his Mum.
The family had moved to the UK to escape upheavals in their native Zanzibar.
Queen guitarist Brian May was on hand to help out at the ceremony.