“My mum ­visited more times than Dad and she rang me one day and said, ‘I think you should ring your brother as he’s very, very ill’. I just said to him, ‘It’s not AIDS, is it?’ and he completely denied it. But I knew that it was.

Although his body was failing him, his voice was still strong. It must have been hard when you know you are going to die. How do you cope with that?

When Freddie would see his own videos he would say ‘I was handsome then’ and that is very hurtful as he knew what he was going through,” she notes, adding, “I thought my brother was handsome, still do.”

Kashmira Bulsara – The Final Act