Francesca Hilton, Daughter of Zsa Zsa Gabor and Conrad Hilton, Dies at 67

Francesca Hilton, the daughter of actress Zsa Zsa Gabor and late hotelier Conrad Hilton, died Monday evening in Los Angeles. She was 67.

She died of an “apparent stroke/heart attack,” according to a statement from her rep, Edward Lozzi, USA Today reports.

“As Francesca’s publicist and one of her best friends I am shocked,” he said.

Zsa Zsa Gabor Home from Hospital for 94th Birthday

The indomitable Zsa Zsa Gabor apparently survived another health crisis and is expected to return home from the hospital on Sunday, her 94th birthday, says her publicist.

The veteran glamour girl had been rushed to UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center on Tuesday for suspected internal bleeding, the Los Angeles Times reports.

Zsa Zsa Gabor Leaves Hospital After Leg Amputation

Zsa Zsa Gabor went home to her Bel Air mansion from the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center on Saturday, a week earlier than expected and eight days after the Jan. 14 amputation of her right leg, says her representative.

Zsa Zsa Gabor's Leg Is Amputated

After fighting to save Zsa Zsa Gabor’s right leg, doctors had to perform an above-the-knee amputation on Friday, according to her publicist.

The ailing star, 93, was being treated at Ronald Regan UCLA Medical Center for a very deep, 12-inch long lesion on her lower leg, which antibiotics were unable to cure.

Since last summer, the veteran glamour girl has suffered a series of health problems, including a hip replacement.

Zsa Zsa Gabor's Doctors Fighting to Save Her Leg

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s doctors have delayed plans to amputate her leg while they wait to see if antibiotics can turn things around for the ailing star.

“Over the next two days, the doctors are treating her with powerful antibiotics in the hope that they will affect the lesion on her lower leg,” Gabor’s rep John Blanchette tells PEOPLE.

Zsa Zsa Gabor's Lower Leg to Be Amputated

The precarious health of Zsa Zsa Gabor took a dramatic turn Sunday night when the veteran glamour girl was again taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, this time to have part of her right leg amputated.

“They just picked her up,” Gabor’s husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, told PEOPLE shortly after the ambulance arrived. “They may have to take her leg from the knee down.”

He said further, “She wanted to stay home and have a holiday. They wanted to do this before the holiday, but now the doctors have forced us.”

He added, “She is strong.”

Zsa Zsa Gabor Is Resting at Home, Says Husband

Zsa Zsa Gabor went home Saturday afternoon after having been rushed to the emergency room at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center Friday afternoon for an infection in her leg.

Her husband, Frederic von Anhalt, told PEOPLE on Saturday evening that Gabor, 93, was resting at home, where she has a hospital bed and is hooked up to medication, including antibiotics for the swelling in her leg. Two nurses are monitoring the situation, he added.

Tina Fey's Emmy Message to Betty White: Mention Me

Now that she’s sealed a deal for two books to be published next year, Betty White is already polishing up her byline with a signed piece in the Hollywood Reporter, reminiscing about her first Emmy win – in 1952.

Zsa Zsa Gabor Has Successful Hip Surgery

Zsa Zsa Garbor again proved herself a survivor on Monday.

The glamour queen, believed to be 93 (she would never tell), has made it through risky anesthesia and surgery to replace a hip following a weekend fall from her bed that left her with several broken bones.

The operation, performed at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, was successful, according to Gabor’s husband – her ninth – Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Zsa Zsa Gabor Home After Hospital Stay

Zsa Zsa Gabor is back in her Beverly Hills home after a six-day hospital stay due to flu-like symptoms, according to the glamour figure’s husband, Prince Frederick von Anhalt, the Associated Press reports.

Said to be in frail health, Gabor, 92, remains partially paralyzed after a car accident in 2002 and a reported stroke in 2005.