Who is Ginger Alden? Was she engaged to Elvis?

ELVIS PRESLEY had many girlfriends other than his wife - but who was Ginger Alden?

PUBLISHED: 09:49, Wed, Jul 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 09:59, Wed, Jul 1, 2020

Elvis Presley was known as quite a lothario in his life following the break down in his marriage to Priscilla Presley. One of his later girlfriends, Ginger Alden, has spoken out about their relationship, and her discovery of his body on his death. She has also claimed the pair were engaged and has become of great interest to fans since The King’s death.

Who is Ginger Alden?

Elvis Presley began dating actress Ginger Alden in the later months of his life, after he broke up with Linda Thompson and Mindi Miller.

Presley and Alden got together in 1976, the year Presley died.

By the time Elvis had started dating Alden, rumours circulated that his health was deteriorating and he had gained a great deal of weight.


Ginger Alden - who was Elvis Presley's last girlfriend?Ginger Alden - who was Elvis Presley's last girlfriend? (Image: Getty)

Alden has spoken out about their time together, claiming the pair were engaged and had sex in their short relationship.

She has also tried to dispel rumours about Elvis’ final months.

In 2019 she spoke to Inside Edition about her book, Elvis and Ginger: Elvis Presley’s Fiancée and Last Love Finally Tells Her Story, during which time she said: “I went forward with my life. I worked, I got married, had my son.

“And in the course of this, a lot of untruths were being said regarding mine and Elvis’ relationship, a lot of exaggerations.”

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