The ashes of Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa Gábor were laid to rest on Tuesday in the Fiumei Street graveyard in Budapest, almost five years after her death.
Prince Frederic von Anhalt, the Hollywood star’s last husband, brought the Golden Globe Award-winning actress’s ashes from America, thereby fulfilling her wish to rest forever in her homeland. The National Heritage Institute and the Hungarian Hollywood Council were also involved in bringing her remains to Hungary. A mourning ceremony for Gábor (originally Sári Gábor) was first held in Los Angeles in 2016. Von Anhalt said at the ceremony that the event marked a celebration of the life of the actress. He said she had never forgotten her homeland during her career.