Zsa Zsa Gabor’s illustrious widower Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt, 78, legally adopts a 27-year-old man

Zsa Zsa Gabor’s brilliant widower Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt legally adopted an adult man named Kevin Feucht to be his heir and help him when he’s sick and weak.

The 78-year-old German – who bought his certified royal title from Princess Marie-Auguste von Anhalt in 1979 – had known the 27-year-old German for seven years before he made his decision.

Frederick confessed to New York Post on Sunday.

It’s a boy! Zsa Zsa Gabor’s illustrious widower Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt (right, pictured Jan. 1) has legally adopted an adult man named Kevin Vogt (left) to be his heir and help him when he’s sick and weak

I would like to adopt someone and give them the tool. In America, it works. People want to know who you are and this is how they judge you.

Von Anhalt (born Hans Robert Lichtenberg) continued: “He has a new birth certificate and I’m his official father. His father and I are still friends. His mother and father are both fine with it.”

California Governor Twice Candidate – Who Has A reputation In West Hollywood for the alleged sailing – he chose Kevin because he was “nice, smart, clean, and hard-working”.

Feucht is the founder of Skillers, a sports technology company in Munich that motivates children to play football and supports their path to professionalism.

Rubbing elbows with Oscar winners: The 78-year-old German — who bought his adopted royal title from Princess Marie-Auguste von Anhalt in 1979 — knew the 27-year-old German (L, pictured in 2018) for seven years before making his decision

Rubbing elbows with Oscar winners: The 78-year-old German — who bought his adopted royal title from Princess Marie-Auguste von Anhalt in 1979 — knew the 27-year-old German (L, pictured in 2018) for seven years before making his decision

Frederick admitted to the New York Post on Sunday: 'I made a tool out of the title.  I would like to adopt someone and give them the tool.  In America, it works.  People want to know who you are and that's how they judge you

Frederick admitted to the New York Post on Sunday: ‘I made a tool out of the title. I would like to adopt someone and give them the tool. In America, it works. People want to know who you are and that’s how they judge you

Von Anhalt (born Hans Robert Lichtenberg) continued:

Von Anhalt (born Hans Robert Lichtenberg) continued: “He has a new birth certificate and I am his official father. His father and I are still friends. His mother and father are both fine.

UCSD Santa Barbara grad: The California governor twice — who has a reputation in West Hollywood for allegedly sailing — picked Kevin (pictured on Aug. 15) because he was

University of California Santa Barbara grad: The California governor twice — who has a reputation in West Hollywood for allegedly sailing — chose Kevin (pictured on Aug. 15) because he was “nice, smart, clean, and hardworking”

ex Frederick I confess He sold 68 knights for $50,000 each and adopted five (since disinherited) “sons” for $2 million each, but insisted there was no deal between him and his new son.

“I wouldn’t call this a deal,” the UC Santa Barbara graduate told the newspaper.

I stayed at Frederic’s apartment and helped him. There wasn’t any money, and that’s how we kept it. I have my own money. But sometimes, when I go out, he gives me $500 so I can buy dinner. Expensive Beverly Hills!

Kevin helps keep Von Anhalt in shape, cooks for him, drives in his Mercedes G wagon, helps him with his computer and even cuts some of his monthly bills.

Footballer: Feucht is the founder of Skillers, a sports tech company in Munich that motivates children to play football and supports their path to the pros (pictured Aug. 15)

Footballer: Feucht is the founder of Skillers, a sports tech company in Munich that motivates children to play football and supports their path to the pros (pictured Aug. 15)

'I have my own money': Frederick previously admitted he sold 68 knights for $50,000 each and adopted five (they have since been denied inheritance)

‘I have my own money’: Frederick previously admitted he sold 68 knights for $50,000 each and adopted five (since disinherited) ‘sons’ for $2 million each, but Feucht insists there was no deal between them

Caretaker: Kevin helps keep Von Anhalt in shape, cooks for him, drives in his Mercedes G wagon, helps him with his computer and even slashes some of his monthly bills (Pictured Dec 21)

Caretaker: Kevin helps keep Von Anhalt in shape, cooks for him, drives in his Mercedes G wagon, helps him with his computer and even slashes some of his monthly bills (Pictured Dec 21)

Feucht pledged (pictured on August 15): 'I will definitely do whatever I need to to preserve the legacy of Zsa Zsa Gabor.  Maybe I'll use the money to build a statue or make a movie.  Frederick wants me to keep the money in the family and make it useful

Feucht pledged (pictured on August 15): ‘I will definitely do whatever I need to to preserve the legacy of Zsa Zsa Gabor. Maybe I’ll use the money to build a statue or make a movie. Frederick wants me to keep the money in the family and make it useful.”

“I will certainly do whatever I need to to preserve the legacy of Zsa Zsa Gabor,” Vocht vowed.

Maybe I’ll use the money to build a statue or make a movie. Frederick wants me to keep the money in the family and make it useful, and not use it for material things. A lot of name rights in the trust. If you want to make a movie about Zsa Zsa, you need the rights.

The fame-hungry “aristocrat” and five others share their adoption journeys in the new documentary series “Adults Adopt Adults,” which premieres Monday night at A&E.

In 1986, Frederic became the ninth husband of Zsa Zsa Gabor (who was his seventh wife) and remained with her until her death, at age 99, in 2016 from a heart attack after five years on life support.

Premiere Monday night at A&E!

Premiere Monday night at A&E! Fame-hungry ‘Aristocrat’ and five others share their adoption journeys in new documentary series Adults Adopt Adults

RIP: In 1986, Frederick became the ninth husband of Zsa Zsa Gabor (who was his seventh wife) and remained with her until her death, at age 99, in 2016 from a heart attack after five years on life support.

RIP: In 1986, Frederick became the ninth husband of Zsa Zsa Gabor (who was his seventh wife) and remained with her until her death, at age 99, in 2016 from a heart attack after five years on life support.

Former Gabor security chief James M. Pembroke told THR in 2018: ``I think it was a mutual comfort arrangement.  She knew he was gay.  Everyone around them knew it was a joke, and that he was not a prince.  But she was also hard and happy, at that age, to find someone she could be with, and could use as a prop.

Former Gabor security chief James M. Pembroke told THR in 2018: “I think it was a mutual comfort arrangement. She knew he was gay. Everyone around them knew it was a joke, and that he was not a prince. But she was also hard and happy, at that age, to find someone she could be with, and could use as a prop.

“I think it was a mutual comfort arrangement,” said James M. Pembroke, the former head of security at Gabor. THR in 2018.

She knew he was gay. Everyone around them knew it was a joke, and that he was not a prince. But she was also hard and happy, at that age, to find someone who could be with her, and who she could use as support.

The Hungarian socialite (born Sari Gabor) has appeared in more than 30 films, including Moulin Rouge in 1952, Lily in 1953, and made her last appearance as herself in A Very Brady Sequel in 1996.

Like the Kardashians, Zsa Zsa and her two sisters knew how to make Hollywood headlines infamous for spending three days in prison for slapping a cop in 1989.

Bigger Than Life: The Hungarian socialite (born Sari Gabor) has appeared in over 30 films, including Moulin Rouge in 1952, Lily in 1953, and made her last appearance as herself in A Very Brady Sequel in 1996 (pictured with Rosie O'Donnell)

Bigger Than Life: The Hungarian socialite (born Sari Gabor) has appeared in over 30 films, including Moulin Rouge in 1952, Lily in 1953, and made her last appearance as herself in A Very Brady Sequel in 1996 (pictured with Rosie O’Donnell)

The Gabor Girls: Like the Kardashians, Zsa Zsa (L, pictured in 1953) and her two sisters infamously knew how to make Hollywood headlines for spending three days in prison for slapping a cop in 1989

The Gabor Girls: Like the Kardashians, Zsa Zsa (L, pictured in 1953) and her two sisters infamously knew how to make Hollywood headlines for spending three days in prison for slapping a cop in 1989

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