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Prinz Frederic von Anhalt has to submit bills from Gabor's money he spends, and turn in her medical records for her daughter to evaluate.
Frederic Prinz von Anhalt holds a press conference at his home after Francesca Hilton requested a judge to appoint a conservator to oversee the ailing actress' finances and medical care.
Frederic Prinz von Anhalt says doctors have successfully reattached a tube in Gabor's stomach, and his spokesman adds that the 94-year-old star is doing well.
The 94-year-old actress was rushed to a hospital in Los Angeles after her husband found her unconscious.
Having been in and out of hospital since breaking her hip last summer, the 94-year-old ailing actress was admitted once again to UCLA Medical Center and was diagnosed with water on the lungs.
Ailing actress Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband Frederic Prinz von Anhalt is moving forward with plans to have a child via a surrogate.
Husband Prince Frederic von Anhalt admits his worry that the ailing actress may never return home this time after she suffered yet another health emergency.
Representative has confirmed that Zsa Zsa's blood pressure shot up to dangerous levels after learning that her close friend Liz has passed away.
Frederic Prinz von Anhalt says the 'Moulin Rouge' star, who is now on medication to help combat bloodflow problems, will spend the rest of her life confined to a bed at her Beverly Hills mansion.
The actress has been released from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in LA where she was treated for bloodflow problem.
Her publicist, John Blanchette, says that the actress who is currently on medication at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles is unwilling to have her leg amputated.
Her spokesperson said the actress has to be admitted to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles after personal physician detected a problem.
The ailing actress' husband told a reporter that she watched Kidman in 'Moulin Rogue!' and thought Kidman was terrific.
Prince Frederic von Anhalt attempted to chase out the thieves with baseball bat when the Bel Air home was robbed in the early hours of Sunday, February 27.
'I need the money, and I need the cash,' Frederic Prinz von Anhalt reasoned after finding out the storage maintenance could save him some money.