Zsa Zsa Gabor Deathbed: Daughter Discusses Her Unhappy Condition
Recent photos of Zsa Zsa Gabor show that she is not doing very well, physically.
Radar Online reports that Zsa Zsa Gabor is currently bedridden and being kept alive solely by a feeding tube.
Francesca Hilton, Zsa Zsa’s only child, opened up about her mother’s condition in an interview with Radar.
“Why is she still alive? She’s not really happy.”
67-year-old Francesca claims that Zsa Zsa Gabor is no longer able to speak or see.
In the photographs obtained by Radar, Zsa Zsa is seen with an expressionless face and her eyes shut. The pictures were taken during one of her daughter’s visits to her Bel Air hilltop mansion.
A court order allows Hilton to visit her mother on a weekly basis for a full hour. However, the overall experience can become overwhelming at times, to the extent where Francesca is not able to stay.
However, she claims that Zsa Zsa Gabor has her own special way of acknowledging her presence during the visits when she is there. Gabor reportedly squeezes her hand when she whispers “Mommy, Mommy” in her ear.
Despite a host of severe health problems, the 97-year-old actress is still hanging in there. To say that she has had a few close calls would be a major understatement.
There was even one recent incident in which a priest was asked to perform last rites since her husband believed that Zsa Zsa Gabor was almost dead.
Even though her health has declined in recent years, Zsa Zsa Gabor’s husband told Radar that doctors have confirmed the “perfect condition” of her heart and lungs so she could continue to live on for at least another two years. He also confirmed that his mother-in-law lived until she was 102 years old — 5 years older than Zsa Zsa Gabor’s current age.
Zsa Zsa Gabor made headlines last year when her Bel Air house first went on the market.
The Huffington Post reported that a judge in Los Angeles ruled that the actress could stay in the Bel Air house alongside her ninth husband either until she died or for another two years. Based on the ruling, a potential buyer is required to agree to the “deferred transaction” while also paying Zsa Zsa and her husband $325,000 each year.
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