Zsa Zsa Gabor is back in her Beverly Hills home after a six-day hospital stay due to flu-like symptoms, according to the glamour figure’s husband, Prince Frederick von Anhalt, the Associated Press reports.
Said to be in frail health, Gabor, 92, remains partially paralyzed after a car accident in 2002 and a reported stroke in 2005.
The former Miss Hungary, the great-aunt of Paris Hilton (through her 1942-47 marriage to hotel magnate Conrad Hilton, one of Gabor’s nine husbands), has long been credited as being the first celebrity who was famous for being famous. Her love affairs and marriages made headlines more than her acting work, though she appeared in three 1950s Hollywood screen classics, Moulin Rouge, Lili and Touch of Evil.
Zsa Zsa’s equally glamorous (and younger) sister, Eva Gabor, is remembered for her role on the ’60s sitcom Green Acres. Eva died in 1995.