Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley, both 77, were wed for six years, making their union one of the most well-known unions ever. She first met the famed singer when she was quite young, and even though her father didn’t approve of their relationship, love simply couldn’t keep them apart.
After her divorce from Elvis and the tragic death of “The King,” Priscilla went on to build a corporate empire and achieve great success in the commercial world. She has also experienced some difficult experiences throughout the years, including a recently unsuccessful plastic surgery treatment.
Priscilla Presley was born to Ann Iversen and Joseph P. Beaulieu on May 1, 1967 in Brooklyn, New York. Because of his position as a Lieutenant in the US Air Force, her father frequently moved to new locations. The family relocated to Austin, Texas, when Priscilla was eleven years old. Priscilla and her family relocated to Wiesbaden, Germany, four years later.
Priscilla herself acknowledged that she had a bad surgery that had been botched.
Dr. Daniel Serrano, who was born in Argentina, operated on many patients in 2003 for cosmetic operations. However, as was reported at the time, he gave Priscilla an injection of low-grade industrial silicone, akin to what mechanics use to lube automobile parts.
Patients who received the injections claimed they left them with tumours, craters, and paralysis, prompting a probe against Serrano. Later, he was given a prison term.
Priscilla acknowledged that she was a victim of Serrano’s care even if she hasn’t spoken out about her claimed plastic surgery.
In 2008, Priscilla Presley’s representative stated, “Priscilla Presley was one of many recorded victims of Dr. Serrano.”
“His imprisonment was the result of an investigation that revealed his misbehaviour. The issue was resolved by Ms. Presley years ago, and everything is OK right now.
Yes, according to Dr. Robert Stephen Mulholland, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon who practises in Canada and is the owner and medical director of SpaMedica Cosmetic Surgery and Infinite Vitality Clinics.
“Her lips looks a touch pulled, and her cheeks are a little overdone. She had a strong beginning but a weak conclusion, he said.
“Her brows, which were once highly arched eight years ago when she underwent a brow lift that completely altered her appearance, are now stabilised. And her eyes do appear to be reasonable.
Mulholland continued, calling her “little plastic” due to the “mid-face,” which consists of the cheeks, nose, and mouth.
“I believe that at this point you’d want her to stop adding volume to the mid-face section and instead, just wait for it to settle a little. If she has felt any stress, let it go. And just let her face age more naturally,” he added.