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The Evolution of Priscilla Presley: The Only Woman Who Stole Elvis’s Heart

Priscilla Presley changed in ways that make her unrecognizable. At first, she was famous for being Elvis’s one and only love but as time went on, the world kept their eyes glued to her because of her unique beauty that can never be paralleled. Hype Galore complied all the evolving stages of this gorgeous woman to see just how she remained so beautiful throughout the years.



The Evolution of An Iconic Celebrity Wife

Priscilla Presley is one of the one of the only woman who stole the king of rock and roll’s heart. She was and still is a main topic in the media. She and may have split up but her beauty is so striking that she remains relevant to this day. Over the years, Priscilla re-invented herself in ways more than one.

Elvis spotted Priscilla at a party on his military base in Germany. Priscilla was living there because her father was a general. Fate put the two at the same party. Elvis was 24 when he saw Priscilla for the first time and he fell madly in love the moment he laid eyes on her.

Priscilla ended up moving out of her house and into Elvis’s when she was only 15 years old. Their passion for each other was so strong, not even Priscilla’s parents could convince her to slow things down.

Priscilla’s life drastically changed when the public discovered her iconic romance. She became the center of attention and the most coveted girl of her generation. Everyone either wished they were Elvis or wished they had his heart. Priscilla bravely stayed by her lover’s side while women threw themselves at her man. Eventually, rumors spread and the pressures grew to be too much. Elvis and Priscilla split, but she will always be remembered as the one who captured Elvis, the King of Rock’s heart.

Today she is 72. Watch as she evolves over the years.

We knew her to be the King’s beauty queen. Some say she was the only one for him. While he passed away, his first love lives on. Watch how Elvis’s love evolves as she lives on as a symbol of his memory.