Priscilla Presley has dismissed gossip suggesting she's in "love" with her former 'Dallas' co-star Patrick Duffy.

Priscilla Presley has dismissed speculation linking her to Patrick Duffy

Priscilla Presley has dismissed speculation linking her to Patrick Duffy

The 78-year-old former wife of late music icon Elvis Presley opened up about the rumours during a question-and-answer session at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, on Saturday night (23.03.24) admitting she's heard the story of her supposed crush on Duffy, 75, but it's not true at all.

According to People, she told the audience: "Now there’s this whole big thing out there that I love Patrick Duffy, and I’m reading this in a magazine that someone showed me yesterday.

"I’m going, 'This is unbelievable, really, this is so crazy."

Priscilla believes the rumours stem from a recent 'Dallas' reunion event which was held at the Burbank Marriott Convention Center in California earlier this month which reunited the pair more than 35 years after she played Jenna Wade

in the TV show opposite Duffy as Bobby Ewing.

She went on to say: "I hadn’t seen him in a long time, and it was a great reunion. Patrick told me how happy he was, and we talked to the audience and they had questions for us and that’s it."

Priscilla appeared in six seasons of 'Dallas' from 1983 to 1988.

Patrick previously admitted he was star-struck when Priscilla joined the show because he couldn't believe he would be working with someone who had been so close to Elvis.

During an appearance on the 'Behind the Velvet Rope' podcast last year, he explained: "It was unbelievable. It was another one of those gifts that ... you're honoured to receive in our business."

During her turn at the Q A session over the weekend, Priscilla also opened up about life with her ex-husband Elvis, explaining the music star was never short of female attention.

She said: "Every girl went after him. Whether he was going on tour or going to Palm Springs or Vegas, obviously I know there are other things going on as well ... I mean the opportunities were there constantly. Even when he would go on the road in other states, they knew he was coming and they were making offers.

"And don't get me wrong. I've never not loved Elvis, like, to this day. He was an amazing human being. He had a big heart, but, unfortunately, he was Elvis Presley and every woman [and] every girl went after him. I can see being him, how he would take it."