Take a look at Zsa Zsa Gábor’s home and treasures – PHOTOS
Zsa Zsa Gábor was a worldwide known Hungarian actress in Hollywood, who passed away one and a half years ago. Her husband is selling now her inheritance that makes it possible to see the collection of her valuable treasures, as blikk.hu reports.
Zsa Zsa Gábor was born on the 6th of February 1917 in Budapest, Hungary. She had a luxurious life as a child and went to Switzerland to a boarding school. After she had finished her studies, she immediately started her acting career in Vienna. Richard Tauber discovered her talent and gave a role to her in his play The Singing Game. She also got the title Miss Hungary in 1936. After she had divorced from her first husband in 1941, she emigrated to the United States to live with her younger sister. She got her first serious role in 1952 in Lovely to Look At. Then she quickly became famous due to her talent, beauty, and intelligence.
The end of her life
At the end of her life, she was wheelchair-bound since 2002 when she had a car accident. Therefore, she could not manage a trip to Budapest, what she was terribly longing for. She passed away on the 18th of December 2016 in Los Angeles, California due to a heart attack at the age of 99. However, after her funeral in Los Angeles, she was buried in Budapest where her heart belonged.
Zsa Zsa Gábor’s husband, Prince Frederick von Anhalt, was born as Hans Lichtenberg and is 74 years old currently. He has decided to sell his wife’s inheritance that includes more than a thousand pieces. The possessions are already displayed at Bel Air, the diva’s house in California. There are luxurious evening gowns, mesmerising jewellery, and her gorgeous piano, of course, to be auctioned. Even the saddle back that was given to the actress by the former American president, Ronald Reagan is being sold.
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