Zsa Zsa Gabor is shown in May 1990. The 93-year-old has returned home but remains in serious condition. ((Kevork Djansezian/Associated Press))

Zsa Zsa Gabor has returned to her Bel-Air, Calif., home because she wants to spend her final days there, according to her publicist John Blanchette.

The 93-year-old actress remains in serious condition and can barely speak after doctors removed two blood clots over the weekend.

She and her husband decided against further surgery and she returned to her home by ambulance from Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles Monday afternoon, Blanchette said.

"The doctors did everything they could do," her husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, told CNN. "The rest is up to her to whether she recovers or not."

Gabor asked that a priest read her the last rites Sunday. She has been suffering complications from hip surgery after she broke her hip while getting into a wheelchair on July 17.

Hungarian-born Gabor has appeared in more than 30 movies including Moulin Rouge, Lili and Touch of Evil.