Priscilla Presley About Marriage Life: Tears Up Recalling Her Intimate Moments with Elvis

Priscilla Presley About Marriage Life

Priscilla Presley still has a lot of love and respect for her late husband, Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll.

Priscilla, 78, attended a press conference panel at the Venice Film Festival ahead of the premiere showing of Sofia Coppola’s new biography, Priscilla. Priscilla, while not being on the panel, was eager to give an emotional reaction to the film and reflect on her romance with Elvis.

“It’s very difficult to sit here and watch a film about you, your life, and your love,” Priscilla exclaimed, overtaken with emotion. “I think Sofia did an excellent job. She completed her homework. We spoke a number of times, and I did everything I could for her.”

One aspect of their romance that has always been criticized is Priscilla’s age when they started dating. He was 24 years old and she was 14. They married a little more than seven years later.

“It was very difficult for my parents to understand why Elvis was so interested in me,” Priscilla said on the panel, adding that she was merely a “listener” in their relationship. “Elvis would pour out his heart for me.” His anxieties, hopes, and the loss of his mother, which he never recovered from. And I was really just sitting there to listen and console him. That was our true connection.” Additionally, you can also read about- 10 Must-See Historical Biopics for Fans of ‘Oppenheimer’

“Even though I was 14, I was older in life than in numbers,” she continued. “That was the allure. People say, ‘Oh, it was sex, it was this.’ Absolutely not. I never slept with him. He was gentle, gentle, and compassionate. But he also understood that I was only 14 years old. We were more in our heads and minds, and that was our relationship.”

She stated that their connection evolved and grew until she eventually left him in 1972, and Priscilla addressed the split, saying, “It wasn’t because I didn’t love him.” He was my life’s love. It was my way of life that was so challenging for me. And I believe any woman can identify with that.”

Coppola wrote and directed Priscilla, which she was permitted to promote at the Venice Film Festival alongside stars Cailee Spaeny (who plays the eponymous character) and Jacob Elordi (who plays Elvis) thanks to SAG/AFTRA and WGA interim agreements.

Priscilla will be released in theaters on October 27.

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