Before Zsa Zsa Gabor died at the age of 99 years old, she made a shocking confession on her death bed – that she was haunted by Princess Diana’s ghost because she stole her furniture.
The former socialite felt guilty that she and her husband took many furniture items belonging to Princess Diana and her former husband, Prince Charles.
“We both had houses at the Palm Beach Polo Golf and Country Club in Wellington, but Diana didn’t like it there. When they moved out they left a lot of furniture. We shipped it back here to Los Angeles and I still have it now,” explained Gabor’s husband, Frederic.
The woman has been confined to her bed for a long time and grew increasingly guilty and paranoid that Diana was haunting her. She even begged her husband to get rid of the furniture.
“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 explained. “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.”
For a long time she suffered greatly, ever since she got into an accident in 2002, she has been confined to her bed. She suffered from multiple strokes and even had to get her leg amputated because it was infected by gangrene. In her final years, she only ate ice-cream and chicken soup through her feeding tube and would only talk in a whisper.
“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,” shared Frederic.
Frederic remained strong in his decision to not move her in a facility no matter how sick she became. “I would never move her. I’m too European. I’ve seen what happens in America when families put people in homes and only visit once a week.”