May 13, 2017 @ 7:30 AM
Zsa Zsa Gabor's Changing Looks
1. 1923The 6-year-old was photographed with her sisters in their native Budapest.
2. 1940Before emigrating to the U.S. with her mother and two sisters, Gabor posed in Hungary wearing a fur and flowers.
Gabor adopted her signature platinum blond shade and appeared in 3 Ring Circus.
A dramatic straw hat shielded the TV star's delicate features from the strong L.A. sun.
She wore her pageboy swept to the side in The Man Who Wouldn't Talk.
Pure '50s glam from the Touch of Evil actress: tousled curls, dark pink lipstick and a sweep of liquid liner.
For a Las Vegas nightclub appearance, the bouffant-wearing Gabor sported $600,000 worth of diamonds and rubies.
8. 1965Then on her fifth marriage, Gabor was eminently qualified to play a bride opposite Tony Curtis in Arrivederci, Baby!.
She penned advice book How to Catch a Man, How to Keep a Man, and How to Get Rid of a Man.
The ageless Gabor played spy seductress Mata Hari in Up the Front.
For her ninth wedding, she wore a wreath of blossoms in her hair. She would also be crowned with a tiara-new husband Prince Frederick von Anhalt earned his royal title by being adopted in 1980 by the 81-year-old daughter-in-law of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany.
She attended an AFI event honoring Billy Wilder in a cascade of platinum curls and a feathered stole.
Princess Zsa Zsa von Anhalt honored her husband in regal emeralds. She would become the Kaiserin of Germany were the imperial family to return to power.
At 76, the star of The Naked Truth looked as youthful as ever.
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The 6-year-old was photographed with her sisters in their native Budapest.
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