Frank Sinatra's Widow, Barbara, Dies At 90

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It was the longest of Frank Sinatra's marriages, which included unions with actresses Ava Gardner and Mia Farrow, and teenage sweetheart Nancy Barbato.

Sinatra, also known as "Lady Blue Eyes", was a former Las Vegas showgirl, the final wife of the late singer Frank Sinatra.

He sadly passed away from a heart attack in 1998 at the age of 82.

Jamie Kabler, a longtime family friend of Sinatra, told USA Today a funeral will be held on August 1.

She was the last of Sinatra's four wives, their partnership being the longest lasting of the Fly Me To The Moon singer's marriages.

Sinatra reportedly died Tuesday at her home in California after months of battling with her health, according to a rep for her org, the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center Foundation.

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She Wednesday the singing legend back in 1976, following her split from American actor Zeppo Marx.

The center was founded by Barbara and Frank Sinatra in 1986, and was established to aid "abused, neglected, and at risk children".

Barbara is survived by her only child, Robert, whom she shared with her first husband, Robert Oliver.

She remained active at the center until recently, pushing for creation of the video program just a year ago and making sure the children had anything they needed, Thoresen said.

Barbara became involved in supporting and raising funds for a number of charitable projects years after she married Sinatra. She built a foundation to help abused children at Eisenhower Medical Center. The center counsels physically, sexually and emotionally abused children.