Just in time for the intense media coverage of Elvis week, marking the 25th anniversary of the King’s death, his daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, has reportedly married Nicolas Cage, the Associated Press reports. The wedding took place in a private ceremony on Saturday at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows resort, according to hotel employees who blabbed to the local paper, the Honolulu Advertiser.
Although the pair have not issued an official confirmation, the Advertiser reported that the bride’s mother, Priscilla Presley, was on hand, as was Weston Coppola Cage, the actor’s 12-year-old son by a previous relationship (with model Kristina Fulton).
It’s the second marriage for Cage, 38, who was married for six years to Patricia Arquette. It’s the third for Presley, 34, who was previously married to Danny Keough (father of her two children, Danielle, 13, and Benjamin, 10) and to some guy named Michael Jackson.
Presley and Cage started dating last year, after the Oscar-winning actor approached her at a party and mentioned that he was a fan of her father’s — as is evident from his performances in ”Wild at Heart” and ”Honeymoon in Vegas” (the latter included a sequence in which he donned a King-style jumpsuit and went skydiving with a group of ”Flying Elvises”). They broke up late last year but started dating again in May.
Hawaii was, of course, a favorite hangout of Elvis, who shot several movies there. Two years ago, Lisa Marie was briefly engaged to Hawaiian-born singer-songwriter John Oszajca.