Don't be cruel—which Elvis stamp does she prefer? "I'm keeping it a surprise," answers the 46-year-old actress, prolonging the postage debate until June 4. There's no great debate when it comes to Priscilla; her China-doll beauty has only improved with age. Voted sixth-grade Valentine's Day queen in Austin, Tex., the Brooklyn-born Air Force brat says that "being considered beautiful at a young age sends confusing signals. You think people only like you because of your beauty."
Presley was once as noted for her jet-black three-story beehive as for whom she married. "Of course I had Big Hair back then, absolutely," she says, laughing. "I wasn't going to miss out on that!" Recently she chopped it and dyed it red, "the only color I haven't tried. Besides, there are already too many blonds in Southern California." Her 'do now comes second to a brood that includes daughter Lisa, 24, granddaughter Danielle, 2, and Navarone, 5, her son by live-in love Marco Garibaldi, 37. There's also Elvis's estate to run (nearly 15 years after his death, it's worth $50 million); her perfume, Moments; and an acting career that's progressed from Those Amazing Animals
to the Naked Guns
. The comedies showed that slapstick becomes Presley—that her porcelain face is fetching even when she's all shook up.