Priscilla Presley reveals she ‘knew’ what life would be like when she married Elvis Presley – Daily Mail

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Priscilla Presley has revealed she 'knew' what she was getting into when she married Elvis.

The 76-year-old actress says the early days of their marriage were 'difficult' but she understood what she was in for as she met the late King of Rock and Roll - who was one of the biggest heartthrobs of all time - when she was 14 as a schoolgirl in Germany, when she was 10 years his junior.

Priscilla told reporters at the launch of the new exhibition 'Elvis: Direct From Graceland' at Bendigo Art Gallery that 'the beginning [of the marriage] was very difficult, but I knew what I was in for because I saw it at a very young age.'

Truth: Priscilla Presley, 76, has revealed she 'knew' what she was getting into when she married Elvis

The 'Naked Gun' star said the rumours surrounding the 'Can't Help Falling in Love With You' hitmaker were a struggle for her but she was assured to not 'pay attention' by her husband, who she divorced in 1973.

Priscilla said: 'That's when I started not reading papers anymore or [magazines] in the grocery stores.

'I found out how vicious people could be … there were rumours I was pregnant, and that's why he got married and I'm going, "Oh my God, this is not gonna be good for me."'

'So it was hard to get accepted. But he always told me, "Don't pay attention … don't even listen and don't look at the tabloids"'. 

Wedding bells:  Priscilla told a variety of reporters at the launch of the new exhibition 'Elvis: Direct From Graceland' at Bendigo Art Gallery: 'The beginning [of the marriage] was very difficult, but I knew what I was in for because I saw it at a very young age' (pictured on their wedding day in 1967)

Rumours: The 'Naked Gun' star said the rumours surrounding the 'Can't Help Falling in Love With You' hitmaker were a struggle for her but was assured to not 'pay attention' by her husband, who she divorced in 1973

'You know what the truth is so just be cautious, but be aware'. 

Priscilla - who had daughter Lisa Marie, now 54, with Elvis in 1968 - described the late-night dates they used to have together in their courting days that made her 'not do well' in school.

On their trips to the movies, she said: 'We would leave [Graceland] right after the Johnny Carson monologue and we would head out for the theatre, sometimes coming home at three, four or five o'clock in the morning'. 

Family: Priscilla - who had daughter Lisa Marie, now 54, with Elvis in 1968 - described the late-night dates they used to have together in their courting days that made her 'not do well' in school (pictured with their baby daughter in 1968)

Memories: On their trips to the movies, Priscilla said: 'We would leave [Graceland] right after the Johnny Carson monologue and we would head out for the theatre, sometimes coming home at three, four or five o'clock in the morning' (Daughter Lisa Marie pictured in 2015)

 'At that time I was going to school by the way, so I would go to bed and then get up at 7.30 … I didn't do well with the grades.'

Priscilla also revealed Elvis was a bookworm and would read into the early hours.

She said: 'We could come home at two o'clock in the morning or later, and he would go right to the books and start reading.

'And he would read [out loud to me] and I would be so tired … and he would say, 'you aren't listening to me' and I would say [to myself], 'okay, keep your eyes open'.'

Prsicilla said: 'We could come home at two o'clock in the morning or later, and he would go right to the books and start reading (pictured in 2019)

This comes as the new trailer for Baz Luhrmann's highly-anticipated biopic of Elvis has been released, with Austin Butler taking on the role as the King of Rock 'n' Roll alongside Tom Hanks, who plays his larger-than-life manager Colonel Tom Parker.

The 30-year-old Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood star proved to be a dead ringer for the iconic All Shook Up hitmaker as he performed some of the late legend's iconic dance moves. 

Elvis will be released in theatres this summer on date June 24, 2022.

Hubba Hubba! The new trailer for Baz Luhrmann's highly-anticipated biopic of Elvis has been released, (Austin Butler pictured in character)

Completely transformed: The 30-year-old Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood star proved to be a dead ringer for the All Shook Up hitmaker. Elvis is pictured right in 1977

Elvis' manager: Tom Hanks (left) plays larger-than-life talent manager Colonel Tom Parker, seen right in 1970

In December, Luhrmann had nothing but praise for Butler as he weighed in on his portrayal of Presley for the first time. 

Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the 59-year-old said he was very impressed with Butler's portrayal of the legendary singer and feels like his performance will put him on the map.

'I'm not going to make Austin anything,' he said when asked if the film would turn him into a mega star.

'Austin is going to make himself a superstar, he is phenomenal in the movie.'   

'I don't usually say anything about the performances in my movies but he is phenomenal.' 

He's a star! Baz Luhrmann, 59, (pictured) had nothing but praise for American actor Austin Butler as he weighed in on his portrayal of Elvis Presley for the first time

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