World News – GB – Brian May ‘grateful to be alive’ as Queen Star has ‘a mountain to climb’ after heart attack

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Brian May, 73, joined Good Morning Britain hosts Adil Ray, 46, and Charlotte Hawkins, 45, to discuss his first music project since suffering a heart attack in May Guitarist Queen had to undergo surgery to have three stents implanted in his body instead of opting for open heart surgery It wasn’t long before the musician returned to produce music, but speaking in the ITV news show, guest explained he still had a ‘big mountain to climb’ as he continued to recover from his fear of health

When asked how he was in light of the heart attack, the legend of the queen said he suffered from « very bad complications »

Speaking of the difficulties in his recovery, the guest said he had had an unfortunate reaction to the medication he had taken for the first time

He claimed to have « almost lost his life » as a result of a bleeding stomach and to have lost « a lot of blood » in the process

The musician then explained how he did cardio rehabilitation daily to improve his health before adding that he was « so grateful to be alive »

Brian told presenters that he « will soon be Iron Man » with all the exercises he does and he feels much better for it

On Twitter, those watching at home commented on how the legend of the queen looked and were delighted to see it

One onlooker wrote: « Glad to see you again Brian in good health, you should be Sir Brian maybe after all you are a national treasure »

Another added: « The national treasure is Brian May #GMB », a third simply adding: « Aww Brian May #GMB »

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