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Elvis Presley met Priscilla Beaulieu when she was just 14 years old.

He was 10 years older, and already a rock 'n' roll superstar.

He probably wouldn’t be too sure’, Sir Tom told The Sun. It’s nice to know that Priscilla and I are still in touch after all this time.’ ‘She’s been a friend of mine since 1968 when I first met her with Elvis.

We were friends and Elvis passed away of course,’ he added. We’ve been in each other’s lives for years and she is one of a bunch of people that I know in Los Angeles, and we do hang out.’ ‘It was solid.

We had a solid marriage that nothing could shake and we both felt that’, he previously said of his relationship with his wife.

‘I felt very lucky to have fallen in love at an early age.

But he always apologised afterwards for his outbursts.

She also describes the night Presley died on August 16, 1977.

Author Shirley Dieu, who interviewed Priscilla at length, says she told her she met the King of Rock and Roll in July 1977, four years after their divorce, and he begged: “I’m miserable.He shot at his telephone when it disturbed him and even fired at the television because a programme displeased him.Presley gorged on food and when Miss Alden chided him about his eating habits he hurled a dish of ice cream at her.The Voice coach, 76, was close friends with The King and thinks he wouldn’t be too keen on the fact that he was striking up a romance with his ex-wife.‘I really don’t know how Elvis would feel about us having dinner together.

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