Zsa Zsa Gabor died of heart attack in December
Zsa Zsa Gabor died at the age of 99 after being rushed to hospital on December 18, after suffering a heart attack.
Throughout her longstanding career, the Hungarian-American actress - whose film credits include, 'Moulin Rouge', 'Queen of Outer Space', 'Touch of Evil' and 'Death of a Scoundrel' - was best known for her celebrity lifestyle and is thought to be the first celebrity who was famous for being famous.
Gabor had a string of health problems in her final years. In 2002, she was involved in a car crash in Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, where she was left partially paralysed and confined to a wheelchair.