London Street Renamed ‘Freddie Mercury Close’ After Late Queen Frontman

This week, West London renamed Hanworth Road “Freddie Mercury Close,” according to Reuters.

According to reports, the street is located in the suburb of Feltham, where the iconic singer lived for some of his teen years, even though he grew up on a different nearby avenue.

Freddie moved to Feltham with his family in 1964 as they fled a revolution in Zanzibar. He lived in the community until 1970.

According to CNN, the singer’s younger sister, Kashmira Cooke, attended the ceremony to honor her late brother, who died at age 45 in 1991.