Zsa Zsa Gabor: Party Animal

Zsa Zsa Gabor and Prince Frederic mark their 25th anniversary with a party -- who says Zsa Zsa's too sick to have fun?

Zsa Zsa Gabor and Prince Frederic

Zsa Zsa Gabor is a party animal.

Hubby Prince Frederic Prinz von Anhalt threw a 25th anniversary party to celebrate the couple's 25 years of marriage Sunday at their Bel-Air home, according to the Los Angeles Times.

The bash was attended by celebs like Phyllis Dyler, Frank Stallone and Quincy Jones, as well as several media outlets. Gabor wore a small tiara and her favorite pink dress and watched the proceedings from her bed.

It's best not to suggest to Prince Frederic that maybe Gabor, who has been in and out of the hospital in the past year and had a leg amputated in January, wasn't up for a party.

"People attack me for this and say, 'How can you do it for a sick woman?'" said Prince Frederic, 68, during an interview with KABC-TV that was posted on his Web site. "Look, my wife is 94-years old. She should have everything she wants and should have everything large. This big party is not for the guests, not for the media, not for me -- this big party is for Zsa Zsa."

Prince Frederic had earlier put up a celebratory billboard on Sunset Boulevard marking the couple's silver anniversary.

"Twenty-five years of marriage here in Hollywood is a big thing, you know that," Prince Frederic said. "We used to fight in this house like anyone else did at home, that's normal in a marriage. But our secret is to fight it out on the spot -- don't turn around, get grief and run to a lawyer. We always fought it out on the spot, this is our secret and this is why we've been married 25 years."

Photo courtesy of Splash

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