Zsa Zsa Gabor has passed away aged 99 after suffering from a heart attack.
The legendary Hungarian actress died Sunday in her Bel Air mansion, her publicist confirmed to Variety.
The star’s health declined after she was involved in a car accident in 2002.
She had a massive stoke in 2005 and broke her hip in 2010 when she fell over at home.
In 2011, she had to have her right leg amputated.
In her last few years, her husband Frederic Prinz Von Anhalt held birthday parties for her but visitors were not allowed in her bedroom because she was so sick.
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Her acting credits include Moulin Rouge, Lili, Touch of Evil and Queen of Outer Space.
Zsa Zsa and her sister Eva were famous socialites in Beverly Hills.
She was considered one of the first real celebrities who would pave the way for stars like Kim Kardashian – more famous for who they were than what they did.
Gabor famously said of herself: ‘I deserve attention not because of any talent, but just because of who I am.’
The star was famously married nine times.
First to Burhan Asaf Beige between 1937 and 1941, who she then divorced and went on to marry hotel magnate (and Paris’ grandfather) Conrad Hilton in 1942 until 1947.