The actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has died at the age of 99.
The Hollywood legend suffered a heart attack, said her husband.
Frederic von Anhalt told the AFP news agency she passed away at home surrounded by friends and family.
"Everybody was there," he said. "She didn't die alone."
Born in Hungary, Gabor's acting career began on the stage in Vienna before she moved to America.
She starred in dozens of films and TV shows, but was perhaps better known for her love life, having married nine times.
Among the men she was married to was Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton Hotels chain, George Sanders, the English actor who was the voice of Shere Khan in the original Jungle Book and the creator of the Barbie doll, Jack Ryan.
Her last marriage, to Frederic Prinz von Anhalt in 1986, was her longest, despite the 26 year age gap, and survived until her death.
On the silver screen, she appeared in a number of notable films including Orson Welles' Touch of Evil (1958), John Huston's Moulin Rouge (1952), Vincente Minnelli's The Story of Three Loves (1953) and Charles Walters' Lili (1953).