Frank Sinatra's last wife Barbara Sinatra dies aged 90

Frank Sinatra's last wife Barbara Sinatra dies aged 90

Frank Sinatra's last wife Barbara Sinatra dies aged 90

Frank Sinatra's last wife, Barbara Sinatra, a longtime Coachella Valley resident and philanthropist, died Tuesday at her home in Rancho Mirage.

In 1985 she opened Rancho Mirage's Barbara Sinatra Children's Centre which aided more than 20,000 child victims under the age of 18.

The pair married in 1976 and were together for 22 years until his death on May 14 1998.

She also spent time at Sinatra's Palm Springs home while she was married to his neighbor, Zeppo Marx, of the famous Marx Brothers comedy family.

Barbara and Frank Sinatra Wednesday in 1976 in a private ceremony at the Annenberg Estate in Rancho Mirage.

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According to a representative for the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center Foundation, she died at her home in California after her health had been on the decline for month.

The onetime model and Las Vegas showgirl was the fourth and final wife of "Ol' Blue Eyes", one of the 20th century's top film, TV, radio and concert entertainers. Her first marriage collapsed when she was caught having an affair with Zeppo Marx, an actor and comedian. She was 90 years old.

Barbara, who rose up the social ladder as "Lady Blue Eyes", died almost 20 years after her late husband in her Rancho Mirage home after months of declining health, the director of Barbara's Children's Center Hospital confirmed to the Daily News.

Barbara is survived by her son Robert.

Barbara became involved in supporting and raising funds for a number of charitable projects years after she married Sinatra. The center counsels physically, sexually and emotionally abused children.

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