LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Zsa Zsa Gabor smiled and ate ice cream on Saturday, a day after doctors amputated much of the actress leg to fight a gangrene infection that could have killer her, her husband said. She talks to me and she smiles a little bit, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, told Reuters. Von Anhalt and John Blanchette, a spokesman for the 93 year-old Gabor, said the star of 1950s movies Moulin Rouge and Lili still does not know her leg was amputated. I told them (doctors) not to talk to her, because I didnt want her to get hysterical and the blood pressure goes up, he said. He said Gabor is on morphine to take away the pain, and that in the coming days he will tell her about the surgery that removed most of her right leg.