The widow of the legendary Hungarian actress and diva Zsa Zsa Gabor has finally decided on the Hungarian funeral of the actress which will be held in Budapest, in the cemetery of Fiumei út. The widow would like a state funeral, and to organise it, he decided to contact Viktor Orbán.

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Blikk reported that Golden Globe-winning Hollywood superstar Zsa Zsa Gabor passed away in 2016. In her will, she insisted on being buried in her hometown, Budapest, but before her death, she asked her ninth husband to get a grave next to her father. Still, her father’s grave is already the resting place of his wife, and Zsazsa’s widow thinks that Zsazsa would not agree to be in the same grave.

Director of the cemetery Katalin Fogarasi reported that although Zsa Zsa Gabor has received no state honour, which is the main criteria for someone to be buried in Fiumei út cemetery, she is a legend so that she can be buried there.

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The widow, Von Anhalt, travelled to Budapest to see the cemetery with his own eyes, and he found it calm and beautiful, good enough for his late wife who suddenly passed away in a heart attack. Von Anhalt will write Viktor Orbán to ask for a state funeral, and the government will decide whether Von Anhalt’s request will be undertaken and the representatives of the government to appear at the funeral. 

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s funeral was held in the USA shortly after her death, but her ashes were not buried. In September, Von Anhalt would like to bury them in Hungary fulfilling her wife’s last request. Zsa Zsa Gabor passed away in her age of 99. 

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Source: www.blikk.hu, www.index.hu

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