Zsa Zsa Gabor, the 94-year-old Hollywood actress, may become a mother for the second time by using an egg donor. Zsa Zsa Gabor's husband Prinz Frederic Von Anhalt has revealed that the couple have spoken about having a child and that the process would cost around $100,000, reports the Associated Foreign Press.
Von Anhalt, the 94-year-old's ninth husband, claims he went to a Beverly Hills clinic earlier this week and gave sperm and blood samples. The Prince says he now hopes the couple can find a surrogate mother, saying, "We talked about it, saying 'Remember, we always wanted a baby, and now it's too late.' And I said to her, 'Well maybe it's not too late". The ailing Gabor has been in and out of hospital for the past few months. She had her leg partially amputated in January and was read her last rites while in hospital last year. Anhalt says he would be happy to have a child despite Gabor's current condition, saying, "Now my wife is in bad shape. I don't know how long she's going to be with me... I would like her to see the baby, I would like her to hear the baby screaming, to touch the baby's hair. If she dies before me, then I've nothing to live for".
Zsa Zsa Gabor's only child Francesco Hilton, from her marriage to Conrad Hilton, has reacted angrily to the comments. Her publicist issued a statement that read, "Francesca is shocked but not surprised that Von Anhalt continually creates publicity for himself at the expense of the legacy of her mother Zsa Zsa Gabor". The actress was most recently hospitalized last month following the death of her friend ELIZABETH TAYLOR.
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