Travel Guides – Priscilla Presley on why she didn’t want Elvis going anywhere alone — even the dentist

As the King of rock ‘n’ roll, Elvis Presley was adored and pursued by numerous feminine followers — one thing that wasn’t all the time straightforward for his spouse, Priscilla Presley.

Presley, 76, who was married to Elvis from 1967 to 1973, just lately opened as much as People about her emotions of protectiveness towards her late ex-husband.

Priscilla Presley,Elvis Presley (AP)

“My God, I had to learn everything,” she mentioned. “Women gravitated to him, so I would be nervous when he had to go places alone. I would even go with him to get his teeth cleaned! I always had an eye on him because everyone in the world was after him.”

She additionally talked about how she cared for Elvis throughout their marriage.

“I was always ready to greet him at the door and pamper him,” she mentioned. “I loved taking care of Elvis very much. I loved tending to him. I loved feeding him. We would baby talk, because you have to have your own language when you have that many people around. It was a good life. It was different, but it was ours.”

Elvis Presley poses with wife Priscilla (AP)

Elvis Presley poses with spouse Priscilla (AP)

Presley met Elvis when she was 14, throughout the singer’s Army profession in Germany. They married eight years later and welcomed a daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, in 1968. Priscilla Presley additionally has a son, Navarone, from her later, lengthy-time period relationship with Marco Garibaldi.

While reflecting on the love and tenderness she and Elvis shared, Presley was additionally candid about the late singer’s mood.

“If he saw somebody he didn’t like on the TV, he’d get his gun out and blow it up,” she mentioned. “Then he would tell his daddy to go get another TV.”

Her marriage to Elvis might not have lasted, however at this time, she says she focuses on the positives.

“I truly cherish the great times. As you grow up, there are always fears and insecurities,” she mentioned. “But as you get older you understand it all.”