While she is best known as the former wife of the popular American singer Elvis Presley, Priscilla Presley has achieved a lot on her own. She has, over the years, acted in films, written books, and excelled in business. Born and brought up in New York City, she got married to Elvis in 1967 and made her acting debut in 1983 with the film ‘Love is Forever.’ In the same year, she also began playing a lead role in the soap opera titled ‘Dallas’, for which she won a ‘Soap Opera Digest’ award. A hardworking and a multitalented personality, she is a successful entrepreneur and written books on her life with Elvis. We have compiled her quotes on Elvis Presley, love, life, marriage, and children from her interviews, books, and articles.
You have so much to share, you have so much to tell, you have so much you want to expose, so much that's inside that you've learned from that life period. There are really very few people I can share that with.
Absolutely. I - you know, he was so that much a part of my life that, you know, Elvis, you know, once - once you bonded with him, I mean, there was no - there was no going back. He was just a great guy.
I mean, I had probably an illusion of being the wife that, you know, I wanted to create a home. I wanted to have children. I wanted him to be a husband. It was never going to be that way. It couldn't be that way.
Inner beauty should be the most important part of improving one's self.
As a person, he was wonderful. He really was a great person. He was full of life. He had a great sense of humor. Very talented, of course, but very caring to his parents. There was a very endearing quality about Elvis.
You know, I had my mother and my father convincing me that he would be going back to Hollywood and he'd be back with the actresses and dating them and that he wasn't serious about me at all. So I had him saying one thing to me and my parents telling me something else.
It was more that his career was going down again and he was tired of the songs. He was tired of the routine. And there was a point where he just kind of gave up. He couldn't face being 40. And he resorted to stimulants. There's a dark side there, a really dark side.