Zsa Zsa Gabor medical trouble at 93
I have always liked Zsa Zsa because she knows her part and plays it well. I don’t think for an instant she takes herself seriously except as an actress. Her ninth husband is a fake and fraud, perhaps an amusement for her. At this stage, would she go for a tenth husband?
She is fighting for her life and if she wants to win it, I hope she does.
As for her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, Duke of Saxony:
“Some reports state that Prinz von Anhalt, a former masseur, has claimed to be a friend of Princess Marie Auguste's only child, Prince Karl Franz of Prussia (1916-1975), and that the grieving mother adopted him out of kindness and gave him the name Prince Frederic von Anhalt, Duke of Saxony. However, British press reports indicate that Princess Marie Auguste was bankrupt and the adoption was apparently a business transaction. The transaction was said to be masterminded by Hans Hermann Weyer, a former window dresser who became an honorary consul of Bolivia in Luxembourg, known for selling certificates of nobility, doctoral degrees from invented colleges and universities, and other decorations in Germany throughout the 1960s.” Wiki
“Doctors operate on Zsa Zsa Gabor for blood clot
By Alan Duke, CNN
August 14, 2010 2:19 a.m. EDT
Los Angeles, California (CNN) -- Zsa Zsa Gabor underwent surgery for the removal of a blood clot Friday night, a complication relating to her recent hip replacement surgery, her publicist said.
Gabor was rushed to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after her husband called an ambulance to their Bel Air, California home, spokesman John Blanchette said.
Gabor, 93, is expected to remain in the hospital for several days, Blanchette said,
The actress had returned home on Wednesday, three weeks after undergoing surgery to replace a hip broken in a fall from her bed.
Gabor has been frail and "pretty much confined to a wheelchair" since a 2002 car accident, said her husband, Prince Frederic Von Anhalt. The crash happened when the car in which she was riding with her hairdresser slammed into a light pole on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles.
The glamorous Hungarian-born actress, the second of the three celebrated Gabor sisters, is most famous for her many marriages. Among her other husbands was Oscar-winning actor George Sanders.
Her more prominent films include John Huston's 1952 Toulouse-Lautrec biopic, "Moulin Rouge," "The Story of Three Loves" in 1953, "The Girl in the Kremlin" in 1957 and Orson Welles' 1958 classic, "Touch of Evil."”