Zsa Zsa Gabor's Husband Throws 95th Birthday Party for 130 Guests
Prince Frederic von Anhalt tells ABC news that guest Larry King sang to his bedridden wife.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, celebrated his wife's 95th birthday last night at their Beverly Hills home with over 130 guests including Lou Diamond Phillips, Connie Stevens, Angie Dickinson, and Larry King.
"Larry King talked to her," Anhalt, Gabor's ninth husband, told ABC News. "He touched her hand, and she looked at him and was happy and smiled. Larry King was singing happy birthday - it doesn’t get better than that. Larry King singing happy birthday!"
The Daily Mail reported that the party food reflected the Prince's German heritage rather than his wife's Hungarian homeland -- dishes like warm pretzels and schnitzel, with plenty of drink. But there was a towering white cake topped with strawberries, decorated with hearts and the initials "ZZ" on each tier.
"This night is only a celebration of my wife’s life," the prince proclaimed.
Gabor has been in and out of the hospital since 2010, suffering from health problems. The Hollywood icon has been bedridden for months and has lost much of her ability to communicate due to her most recent stroke. In 2011, her right leg was amputated because of an infection.
"She’s hanging in, she’s enjoying the flowers and the presents," von Anhalt said. "She’s smiling, she doesn’t talk very much, but she knows what’s going on."