Lisa Marie Presley’s Secret Past As Fast Food Work Unveiled

She may be the daughter of the King of Pop Elvis Presley, but that didn’t stop wealthy Lisa Marie Presley taking up a job as a fast food worker.
44 year-old Lisa’s secret past has been unveiled, as it’s revealed the star once worked on a mobile fish and chips van in East Sussex, England.

In 2012 Lisa moved to the small village of Rotherfield in England, purchasing a $7million luxury home. Despite her wealth and stardom, Lisa was keen to immerse herself into village life, as its reported she socialized with locals unaware they were opposite the daughter of Elvis as soon as she moved to her new home.

Lisa Marie Presley Lisa Marie Presley’s Secret Past As Fast Food Work Unveiled

Lisa Marie Presley

Local pub landlady and owner of the Mr. Chippy fast food van, Kim Scales, revealed that one-day Lisa approached her asking to work on the van for the day. Speaking of the incident she said: “She got on there with her son, but we were all laughing because not one of the locals realised who it was. She served one local double fishcake and chips and he didn’t have a clue that she was Elvis Presley’s daughter.”

Despite her privileged upbringing, Lisa is said to prefer the laid-back British lifestyle as opposed to the glamorous one she left behind in Hollywood. Lisa loves hearty traditional British food such as fish and chips, and drinks and eats at the local pub owned by Kim on a regular basis.

In a recent interview on BBC Radio 2 Lisa explained how she feels California is self-absorbed, saying: “I lived in the same neighborhood for 17 years and I didn’t know a neighbor.” She went on to add how happy she is with new life in Sussex with her husband and three children: “We have found the quality of life so much more enriching and fulfilling.”

Article By Victoria Beckett

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