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Chrissy May
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Birthplace Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Nationality British
Occupation Relative
Claim to Fame First wife of Brian May
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Christine Mullen (aka Chrissy) was fom Leeds and she was student from the Maria Assumpta Teacher Training College, in Kensington (London).

In 1968 Chrissy’s flatmate, Jo, was dating Roger Taylor and when Jo took Chrissy along to one of Smile`s gigs at Imperial College she was introduced to Roger`s friend Brian.

Slender, with long dark hair, Chrissy had a pretty elfin face, and that evening there was an instant connection between her and Brian, though initially they settled for being just good friends. Chrissy was happy to rank among the growing circle wich formed Smile`s travelling support.

An important part of the fabric of Brian`s life now was Chrissy Mullen. From being good friends they had fallen deeply in love. This romantic commitment went further that Brian had ever experienced and he found it hard to envisage life without her. The anchor of a stimulating yet stable relationship provided a solid platform from wich he could try to further his ambitions.

At the begining of the New Year [1976] he and Chrissy Mullen set a wedding date. They had been together for seven years and for a lot of that time had been inseparable.

On 29 May 1976 he and Christine Mullen married at st. Osmund`s Roman Catholic Church in Barnes.

By the end of 1976, Brian and Chrissy had bought a comfortable house in Barnes.

They were married to 1988 and they had three children: Jimmy who was born on 15 June, 1978; Louisa who was born on 22 May 1981 and Emily Ruth who was born on 17 February, 1987.

Brian left his wife Chrissy for British soap-actress star Anita Dobson in 1987 and Chrissy and Brian got divorced in 1988.

Sources: "Queen, the Ultimate Ilustrated History of the Crown Kings of Rock" by Phil Sutcliffe.

"Brian May: The Definitive Biography" by Laura Jackson.

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