Being cautious and skeptical of such a claim about his friendship with Presley, she said she would have to ask her parents.
On the other hand, Currie Grant described it the other way around.
Move to Graceland After Elvis' return to America, the couple stayed in contact over the phone, though they would not see each other again until the summer of 1962, when Priscilla's parents agreed to let her visit for two weeks.
Priscilla's parents allowed her to go only if Elvis would pay for a first-class round trip, arrange for her to be chaperoned at all times, and that she write home every day. Elvis agreed to all these demands and Priscilla flew to Los Angeles.
Priscilla has a square named after her in Egersund – Priscilla Presleys plass.
The area is in the street outside the house where her grandfather was born in 1899, and lived.
Feeling like an outsider once again due to her lack of understanding of the German language, Priscilla frequented the Eagles Club; a place where American families would gather to have dinner and be entertained. It was "within walking distance" of their apartment, and proved to be an important discovery for Priscilla. She would go there "every day after school" and listen to the jukebox while writing letters back home to her friends in Austin.
Life with Elvis Germany Elvis and Priscilla met on September 13, 1959, during a party at Elvis' home in Bad Nauheim, Germany, during his stay in the army.
Despite her being 14 years old, she made a huge impression on Elvis with her much older appearance.
Nonetheless it is still controversial what led to that first encounter.
On the one hand, Priscilla states that Grant offered to introduce her to Elvis.