Priscilla Ann Presley is a legend but is no stranger to plastic surgery.
How Did Priscilla Meet Elvis?
Priscilla Ann Presley was born on May 24, 1945. She is best known for her marriage to the king of rock n' roll, king Elvis Presley. She is also the mother of their daughter, Lisa Marie Presley.
She met Elvis on September 13, 1959, at his home in Germany while he was serving in the military. When they met, she was only 14, but she still left an impression on him. After that meeting, the two of them were seen together frequently until Elvis left Germany the following year.
Even after he returned to the United States, the two remained in contact over the phone. During this time, Priscilla received many letters from his fans, some positive and others negative. Many media outlets also requested interviews with her to learn more about their relationship.
In 1963, her parents allowed her to move to the United States on the condition that she attend an all-girl school. However, soon after, she received an invitation to move into Graceland with Elvis. Her parents allowed it on the condition the two would marry. Shortly thereafter, Priscilla moved to Graceland, and the two wed.
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Priscilla Presley Before and After Plastic Surgery Pictures
Priscilla's Plastic Surgery History
It is undeniable that Priscilla has undergone numerous plastic surgery procedures.
The most noticeable plastic surgery she's had are cheek implants. You can see how it is even difficult for her to smile because they are so large. She's also had countless Botox injections, facelifts, and collagen put into her lips.
Rumors are circulating she's had a chemical peel, which is used to improve the skin's complexion. It is also said she's undergone a brow-lift.
Priscilla and Dr. Daniel Serrano
According to Life and Style, Priscilla was one of the victims of Beverly Hills' infamous Dr. Daniel Serrano, and she had "low-grade industrial silicone, similar to what mechanics use to grease car parts, injected into her face."
Dr. Serrano was sentenced to 18 months in prison for using substances not approved by the FDA in his procedures.