'Lady Blue Eyes' Barbara Sinatra dead at 90

Posted July 26, 2017

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

Barbara Sinatra, a former Las Vegas showgirl, famed philanthropist and widow of singer Frank Sinatra, died at her home in Rancho Mirage, California, on Tuesday, July 25.

Frank and Barbara Sinatra founded the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center in Rancho Mirage, near Palm Springs, in 1986. She left Bosworth for California in her late teens after she was accepted to the Robert Edward School of Professional Modeling.

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

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She is survived by her only child with first husband Robert and one granddaughter.

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. She married Marx in 1959, but their marriage collapsed in 1973 when she was caught having an affair with Sinatra. She married Sinatra three years later in 1976. "You worry about new ones", she said.

Barbara's 2011 autobiography Lady Blue Eyes: My Life with Frank shares many such interesting details about her grand romance and wild life in show business. She was able to successfully leverage her fame as Sinatra's wife to raise funds and rally support for several charitable causes. She helped found the Barbara Sinatra Children's Center in the 1980's to assist young victims of physical and sexual abuse. The center counsels physically, sexually and emotionally abused children.