Party-goers dress as The King to raise money for charity
Fiona Montagu said she discovered Elvis later in life and wanted to honor him for her 70th birthday party.
Elvis came to life at a charity event in England Sunday.
Aristocrats, artists, and intellectuals gathered in southern England to celebrate in the name of charity and 'The King.' Elvis tunes blared while attendees dressed in Elvis costumes. Philanthropist Fiona Montagu, wife of Edward, Lord Montagu hosted the event. She said she discovered Elvis later in life and wanted to honor him for her 70th birthday party.
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