She used to drive around Memphis in a fire-engine red Corvair convertible. She wouldn’t say whether Elvis had bought it for her. In fact, she wouldn’t say much of anything. She was as hard to get to as Elvis.
I remember [Elvis] bringing a picture of Priscilla and the baby, and she was on the floor with the baby–she was kind of on her side, and the baby was laying right in front of her. And, I remember Lisa didn’t have any clothes on, it was just like a beautiful mother-and-daughter picture. And, I couldn’t get over how beautiful Priscilla was, because I’d always seen her with the big hairdos, and her hair was just straight and loose, and she was absolutely stunning. She was as beautiful as he was handsome. And, I thought, ‘What a couple they make!
Marlyn Mason, Elvis’ co-star in “The Trouble With Girls”
[Priscilla] was a very big piece of putty that held Elvis together. When Elvis was having a bad day or was down, all he had to do was talk to Priscilla and his spirits were lifted and he became a different person
Letetia Kirk, author of “Taking Care of Elvis: Memories with Elvis as His Private Nurse and Friend”
He called me up and he asked me if I would “please talk to Cilla,” and tell her, “She’s making a mistake, and that I love her, and I really want to stay married.” He just pleaded on and on and asked me to “talk to her,” and tell her how much he loved her.