LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Ronald Reagan, the longest-living U.S. president, celebrated his 91st birthday at home with his family and was honored with a proclamation by the governor declaring it "Ronald Reagan Day" across California.
Reagan spent his birthday with his wife, Nancy, and daughter Patti Davis, at his Bel-Air home. They served him his favorite cake -- chocolate.
Reagan, who has recovered from a broken hip suffered in a fall last year, has remained secluded at the home since announcing in 1994 he has Alzheimer's disease.
"He's doing as well as can be expected," said Joanne Drake, Reagan's chief of staff.
In Time magazine this month, Davis wrote emotionally about her father and his Alzheimer's disease.
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