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Zsa Zsa Gabor's Shocking Deathbed Confession

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Feb. 28 2017, Updated 10:01 p.m. ET

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Zsa Zsa Gabor made a shocking deathbed confession before her passing on Sunday, revealing that she was being HAUNTED by the ghost of Princess Diana after stealing her furniture! Get the details.

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The heavily disabled former socialite was wracked with guilt in her final days that she and husband Frederic Von Anhalt had taken items belonging to the Princess of Hearts and former husband Prince Charles after they were left behind in their Florida home.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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"We both had houses at the Palm Beach Polo Golf and Country Club in Wellington, but Diana didn’t like it there," Frederic said. "When they moved out they left a lot of furniture. We shipped it back here to Los Angeles and I still have it now."

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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Confined to a bed at her house in Beverly Hills since 2014 and only able to be fed by tube, Zsa Zsa grew increasingly paranoid in her final days and felt she was being visited by the tragic former princess, who died in a car crash in 1997. The 99-year-old reportedly even begging her husband to get rid of the furniture.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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"Zsa Zsa was friends with Prince Philip, the Queen of England’s husband. She always felt guilty about taking the furniture and didn’t like having it in the house," an insider revealed to Radar. "She said she could feel Princess Diana’s presence in the furniture and that her ghost was close because of it. She’d see her in her dreams at night."

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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Zsa Zsa ultimately passed from a heart attack at age 99. Her final years saw her attended by nurses during the day and looked after by Frederic, 73, at night.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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She had suffered many health problems since a 2002 car accident that left her partially paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. Zsa Zsa suffered strokes in 2005 and 2007, and in 2011 her right leg was amputated after it became infected with gangrene.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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In her final years, the socialite primarily ate ice-cream and chicken soup through her feeding tube and would only talk in a whisper, communicating mainly through affectionate squeezes of the hand to the people around her.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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Frederic said when he looked after his wife he would sit and reminisce, watch movies she appeared in and browse their photo albums. In 2015, he said: "She doesn’t talk very much, she squeezes my hand and still kisses me. She can only eat soft things so it doesn’t get stuck in her throat. She cannot get out of bed anymore, but she has to be turned and lifted up every two and half hours. To put her in a wheelchair is now almost impossible."

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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Frederic had long feuded over the care of Zsa Zsa with her only daughter, Francesca Hilton, entering into court battles and public slamming matches over her estate. This situation became so dire that a month after Francesca’s untimely death at age 67 (she suffered a heart attack and stroke in 2015), he had not told his wife of her passing.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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Zsa Zsa’s death also ends years of speculation she had already died and her husband was trying to cover it up, allegations Frederic said "p****d him off" because "We have too many employees to hush anything up."

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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In 2013, he was forced to sell their home for $11 million to fund his wife’s medical bills, but made a deal with the new owners they would be allowed to live there until Zsa Zsa passed.

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Frederic Prinz von Anhalt gives an exclusive tour of the home he shares with wife Zsa Zsa

Zsa Zsa Gabor Shocking Deathbed Confession
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Germany-born Frederic remained adamant he would never put his wife in an elderly care facility no matter how ill she became. "I would never move her. I’m too European," he said. "I’ve seen what happens in America when families put people in homes and only visit once a week." Sadly, the socialite never got her final wish to revisit her birth country of Hungary. Speaking in July, Frederic said: "We would have to go by plane and its too risky for her health. If anything happens, the first thing they would say would be that I shouldn’t have put her on a plane."

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