Priscilla Presley looked dazzling as she recently turned up at an event that was hosted by the Prince of Monaco.
Regardless of the occasion, Elvis Presley’s wife, Priscilla Presley, has shown up in befitting outfits. According to Closer Weekly, the late musician’s widow was spotted during the 60th anniversary of the Monte Carlo TV Festival.
At the event which was hosted by Albert II, Prince of Monaco, the 74-year-old rocked a black dress that had a V-cut neckline. The actress and business magnate finished her look off with a pair of black heels and a same-colored purse.
“…the duo maintained a friendly relationship, and in March 2020, Elvis’s widow would be opening Graceland – the singer’s former home – to the public.”
The last time the actress was in the news was in June 2019 when Pop Culture revealed that she had sold her mansion as a way to help out her daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, who has a load of debts to her name.
Although the Brentwood, California home was listed for $3.65 million, it was reported that it sold for even more than that, with a buyer agreeing to pay $3.8 million. That price was not only over the asking price but far more than the $170,000 Presley paid for it in 1976.
Elvis and Priscilla had gotten married in an intimate ceremony at the Aladdin hotel, and only a handful of guests reportedly attended the ceremony.
What made the occasion even more memorable was that the entire process took just eight minutes, per a Country Living article. Soon after the wedding, friends, family, and business associates gathered for a breakfast reception.
According to Little Things, the couple had first met at a party at Elvis’ home in Germany, when Priscilla was just 14-years-old, and the singer was 24-year-old.
As at that time, the “Blue Christmas” crooner was serving in the US Army. Even after Elvis returned to America, he and his lady love kept in touch for years as they corresponded with letters for two years.
The pair eventually got married as earlier mentioned when Elvis was 32, and Priscilla was 21.
Although they got divorced years later, the duo maintained a friendly relationship, and in March 2020, Elvis’s widow would be opening Graceland – the singer’s former home – to the public.
According to their official website, the house would be open for a “one-of-a-kind weekend filled with delicious meals, lively parties, interactive seminars, and celebrity guests.”
The site also encouraged website attendees to get ready for some inspirational weekend, which would be themed in Southern Style at the home which is now owned by Elvis’s daughter, Lisa.