Hollywood socialite and actress Zsa Zsa Gabor dies aged 99

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Zsa Zsa Gabor, the Hungarian actress, singer and socialite, has died aged 99.

The Moulin Rouge star, who was married nine times, passed away following years of health problems, according to her publicist.

Known for her flair and style, Gabor was crowned Miss Hungary in 1936 before emigrating to the United States in 1941.

Shortly after, she married her second husband - hotel magnet Conrad Hilton.

Making her film debut in 1952 in "Lovely To Look At", Gabor went on to star in dozens of films over the next 40 years.

Gabor with English actor George Sanders. Credit: PA

Among her most famous films was 1952 British drama Moulin Rouge - also starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing - where she played a lead role as Jane Avril.

In her later years, she starred in "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3" and "The Naked Gun 2.5".

Gabor also appeared in numerous TV shows.

Alongside her extensive screen career, Gabor married nine times, although she only had one child.

Her final husband was Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, who she married in 1986, almost 50 years since she wed for the first time.

Gabor with American comedian Bob Hope. Credit: PA

During her later life, Gabor suffered with health problems.

In 2002 she was involved in a car accident, resulting in partial paralysis. While she was forced to have her leg amputated in 2011.

It was reported Gabor died following a heart attack.

Gabor celebrating her 94th birthday in 2011. Credit: PA