Secrets of Priscilla Beaulieu Presley

@fairydew (180)
United States
March 24, 2010 11:33pm CST
One of the first secrets revealed about Priscilla Beaulieu Presley was that her real maiden name was Wagner and not Beaulier as the world believed for so long. Her mother, Ann was married to Jimmy Wagner who was in the United States Navy during World War II. Priscilla, like her daughter, Lisa Marie was born nine months after the marriage. It is tragic that Priscilla's father, Jimmy Wagner, was killed in an airplane crash. It seems early on Priscilla complained about lack of privacy while married to Elvis Presley...... Finish reading this article at: http://smalldogs2.com/ElvisPresleyGraceland
2 responses
@coffeeshot (3786)
• Australia
8 Jul 10
I did not know that she had a different maiden name. Or that her father was killed in an airplane accident. Of course there would have been a lack of privacy being married to Elvis. She was so young so it probably a huge shock for her. But she was married to Elvis so I guess she felt it was worth it. I really do think that they were in love. It would be crazy being thrown into that kind of lifestyle. I have read Priscilla's autobiography and it is very interesting. I don't know how much of it I can believe 100% but it still makes for entertaining reading. If I was in her shoes though I probably wouldn't write a tell all about my late husband and father of my child. I just think it's a little bit weird and wrong!
@coffeebreak (17824)
• United States
25 Mar 10
I can't stand pricilla. If she wanted privacy...she should have thought twice about marrying a world wide icon. You don't go into that world if you want privacy. Thats the problem with all these celebrities...they want to be "out there" and loved and idolized and all...erby earning enormous, enormous incomes thanks to their fans...but don't want their fans in any other way but in their pockets. You don't go into the public lime-light and expect privacy. Not that they can't have it, but at the same time...don't expect to have your bread buttered on both sides.