Zsa Zsa Gabor's widower has shed light on her final moments before the actress and socialite passed away Sunday.
Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt was the 99-year-old’s ninth husband. The two had been married for 30 years.
"The doctor came out and said, 'there is nothing we can do anymore,'" he told reporters Monday outside their home. "She was slowly slipping away, peacefully, without pain, and it was just the time for her to go."
Gabor died after suffering a heart attack at her Bel Air estate she has called home for more than 40 years. Her final years were spent in seclusion while she was confined to a hospital bed.
In 2011, Gabor had to have her right leg amputated after suffering from an infection.
A Hollywood fixture for more than 60 years, Gabor counted TV personality Larry King among her close friends.
"I got a lot of laughs from her," King told Inside Edition. "She had a great sense of humor. She was self-deprecating."
Gabor is also regarded as a pioneer of the "famous for being famous" phenomenon.
“It can be said she paved the way for the Kardashians," People magazine staff editor Janine Rubenstein told Inside Edition. "Her antics, and her attitude, and specifically her love life kept her in the headlines year in and year out.”
Gabor was married nine times only to divorce seven of her husbands and having one of the marriages annulled. Her longest marriage was her last.
She married Prinz von Anhalt in 1986.
“I had to kiss a lot of frogs before I found my prince,” she once famously remarked.
Her final husband called his late wife the love of his life.