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August 14, 2001 - Lisa Marie Presley attended the ceremony during whith Nicolas Cage left his hand and shoe prints in Hollywood.

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Elvis, Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley in Hawaii, May 1968.

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Occasionally Linda and I would do things with Lisa when Elvis wasn’t around. It made it so much easier not to have to worry about the security aspect of it, and I think Lisa enjoyed being able to do things incognito. I remember one time we took Lisa roller skating without Elvis. It was just me, Lisa, Linda, and Linda’s cousin, Lori. My dad had won a number of awards in skating competitions while growing up, and, though I was nowhere near as good a skater he was, I had, nonetheless, learned how to speed skate from being around him. I remember a lot of skaters were falling down around Lisa, whom I don’t think had ever skated before, was a little apprehensive about getting out on the floor. Just as I had done with her when I taught her to sled down the the front slopes of Graceland, I was able to win her confidence at skating. Soon the two of us were holding hands and flying all around the rink. We all had a blast, and no one ever realized that they were sharing the skating rink with Elvis Presley’s daughter. In fact, at one point, while we were resting on the sidelines, a lady came up and struck up a conversation and causally mentioned to me, "You sure have a beautiful daughter there." Not wanting to give away that I wasn’t her mother or to jeopardize Lisa’s true identity, I thanked her and she went on her way. I thought to myself, Wow, how neat to think that somebody would actually think I was her mother! She was such a beautiful little girl and I was flattered.
—Jeanne LeMay Dumas teaches Lisa Marie how to rollerskate; written by Jeanne LeMay Dumas in “Elvis, Linda and Me” (via chloebeaulieu)
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"One of the best moments is right here, it’s right in the middle of the show and it’s my birthday, and I’m thousands of miles away from my family. When they surprised me with a full marching band and then they brought out a huge beautiful birthday cake… I realized I’ve got family all over the world everywhere I go, cause my fans really show me their love… and I love them just as much."

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