Ailing actress Zsa Zsa Gabor celebrated turning 95 on Monday (06Feb12) with a lavish party for family and friends at her Los Angeles home.
Gabor has been in and out of hospital since breaking her hip in a fall at her Beverly Hills property in July, 2010, but she insisted on throwing a big bash to mark her milestone.
Her publicist tells TheWrap.com the veteran star invited more than 100 guests to her home for the party.
Gabor's invite read, "Well it's time to come clean and tell the truth, I can't hide it any more, For the first time I'll be celebrating my real birthday candle count. Over the years I may have overlooked a year or two (or 20), but not this year.
"I love you and I hope to see you, but if you can't make it don't worry, I'm planning on celebrating more birthdays over the coming years with my true candle count, going all the way back to Woodrow Wilson's presidency, one of the few White House residents I never met."
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