Zsa Zsa Gabor left a Los Angeles hospital Monday to spend her final days at her Bel-Air home.
Gabor, 93, was given the last rites by a priest Sunday evening. Doctors wanted to perform liver surgery on the ailing actress but Gabor and her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, decided against it.
"Frederic said he did not want to torture her anymore," Gabor's publicist John Blanchette told Reuters.
Gabor "is in and out of consciousness," he said.
Gabor's health began fading rapidly after she was first admitted to UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center on July 17 after she broke her hip. She underwent hip-replacement surgery five days later and spent the next several weeks hospitalized recuperating from the surgery and ensuing complications. She was released from the hospital Wednesday, but returned Friday.
Gabor has been partially paralyzed since 2002 and has used a wheelchair since 2005.
"She had a great run," Blanchette told Reuters. "She's 93. She knew five presidents…she knew kings and queens, celebrities."