Brian May and wife Anita all smiles in cosy display as they move on from difficult time

Queen singer Brian May, 74, ensured he colour coordinated with his wife Anita Dobson, 72, who stunned in a sparkly red dress and matching shoes at this year’s ITV Palooza. The actress completed her glamorous look with striking red lipstick and styled her hair in an elegant up ‘do.

For his blue carpet attire, the singer opted for a black shirt with trousers, a long blue coat and a red scarf.

The couple cosied up in the cold weather as they posed for pictures amongst fellow celebrities at the event.

Ahead of making their way into the venue, Brian and Anita were also seen holding hands as he led the way.

Brian was joined by his band mate Adam Lambert, who stood alongside the couple for snaps.

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The band are gearing up for their rescheduled Rhapsody UK and European tour which kicks off next year.

During their break, Brian has been working on solo projects which included the release of his remastered album Back To The Light.

Away from the spotlight however, the rockstar has recently faced difficulty with his health. 

Last year, he suffered from a heart attack which resulted in him having three stents put in.

The actress added she was “almost numbed by fear” that something bad was going to happen to him.

“But, thank god he’s back on form doing his exercises, swimming regularly and music,” she added on Lorraine.

Earlier this year, Brian and Anita faced more difficulty when their £7million London home was flooded.

Many of their pair’s sentimental items were ruined including family photographs and memorabilia.

Brian has since revealed he wanted to leave the capital city after the damage.

He told The Mirror: “The funny thing is we actually hated living where we are for a long time,” May said recently.

“We put a lot of love and care into building the house but the surroundings have been horrible for such a long time.

“They have been building basements now for about eight years all around and there is constant noise, traffic and dust and pollution and rudeness. London now is brutal.”

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