Zsa Zsa Gabor has been taken back to hospital by her husband Frederic Prinz von Anhalt after becoming overcome with grief following the death of Elizabeth Taylor.Zsa Zsa Gabor, the ailing Hollywood actress who has been in poor health for the past few years, has returned to hospital after becoming inconsolable following the passing of her close friend Elizabeth Taylor, reports OnTheRedCarpet.com.The 94-year-old year actress has been friends with Taylor for decades and news of her passing was reportedly too much for Gabor to take. According to her representative, the actress became "overcome with grief" and had to be taken to a Los Angeles hospital. A statement read, "She was inconsolable and her blood pressure shot up to dangerous levels. So the doctor told him to bring her into the hospital so they could medicate and watch her". The actress was released from hospital earlier this month after having one of her legs amputated in January. Back in August 2010, Gabor was read her last rites in hospital after suffering from complications of a hip operation, however, her health began to improve and she was allowed to return home to her Beverly Hills mansion.
Zsa Zsa Gabor's close friend Elizabeth Taylor passed away yesterday morning (23rd March 2011) of heart failure, she was 79-years-old.
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