Zsa Zsa Gabor hospitalised

Zsa Zsa Gabor
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ZSA Zsa Gabor has been hospitalised again. 

The ailing 93-year-old Hollywood legend - who has been in and out of hospital since suffering from two blood clots following hip surgery in July - was hospitalised again last night after her doctor discovered she had developed a "massive blood clot" in her leg according to her spokesman. 

John Blanchette said the actress was admitted to Ronald Regan UCLA Hospital in Los Angeles last night after her doctor was called to the star's home and said the new blood clots could leave her vulnerable to a heart attack. 

Zsa Zsa's husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, told gossip website TMZ his wife has a "bad infection" in her right leg and "no blood flowing" in her left leg. 

However he added that the fragile actress will be released today saying: "Looks like we are going to be home in the morning." 

This is not the first time Zsa Zsa has been taken to hospital since undergoing a hip replacement after falling out of bed earlier in the year. At one point, a priest was called in to read the star her last rites. 

Prince Frederick has previously revealed he wants his wife's body to be plastinated and put on show when she dies so her beauty will last forever. 

He said: "My wife has always dreamt that her beauty would be immortal. I would like to show the plastinated body of Zsa Zsa Gabor in the context of a scene in one of her films." 

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