Elvis Presley and Anita Wood had a romantic relationship in the late 1950s.
Wood was a singer and actress who met Elvis when she was 19 years old.
They started dating in 1957 and their relationship lasted for two years.
Anita was Elvis’ first serious girlfriend, and they were very close.
Elvis even introduced her to his parents, and she became a favorite of Gladys Presley, Elvis’ mother.
Anita and Elvis had a strong connection, but their relationship was not without its challenges.
Elvis was drafted into the army in 1958 and had to leave Anita behind.
They wrote letters to each other while he was away, but the distance put a strain on their relationship.
When Elvis returned from Germany, he found that Anita had moved on and was dating someone else.
They eventually broke up, but they remained friends.
Anita has spoken about her relationship with Elvis in several interviews over the years.
She has shared stories about their time together and the challenges they faced.
In one interview, she talked about the night she forced Elvis to tell her the truth about his relationship with Priscilla Presley.
Anita said that Elvis was crying when he told her the truth, and it was a very emotional moment for both of them.
Anita went on to have a successful career as a singer and actress.
She married and had children, but she has always remained connected to Elvis and his legacy.
She has shared her memories of Elvis in interviews and has even written a book about their relationship called Once Upon A Time: Elvis and Anita (Memories of My Mother).
Despite their breakup, Anita has always spoken fondly of Elvis and the time they spent together.
Elvia and Anita Wood phone conversation
In 1961, Anita recorded a 25-minute phone conversation with Elvis, which was later released to the public.
The conversation was recorded because Anita was becoming suspicious of Elvis not being faithful to her.
The phone conversation between Elvis and Anita was emotional, with Elvis crying and admitting to having affairs with other women.
Anita was devastated by the news and ended their relationship soon after.
In a later interview, Anita talked about the night she forced Elvis to tell the truth and how he was crying.
Anita’s decision to record the phone conversation was not an easy one, as it was not easy to record phone calls back then.
However, she felt that she needed to know the truth about Elvis’s infidelity.
The recording of the phone conversation was not released until many years later, and it caused controversy among Elvis fans.
In interviews, Anita has talked about her relationship with Elvis, how they met, and their time together.
She has also talked about the death of Elvis’s mother, Priscilla, Elvis’s return from Germany, letters from Priscilla, and breaking up with Elvis.