Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of rock 'n' roll legend Elvis Presley, is reportedly rekindling a romance with her ex-husband Nicolas Cage, reported Radar Online. The site revealed that the couple is talking once again and spending time together, 17 years after they first split.
The couple wed in 2002 and were married for exactly 107 days before separating. They officially divorced in 2004.
"They talk a lot and have rediscovered their feelings for each other. It all started when Nic reached out to her in early summer," claims a source close to the couple, per Radar Online. "Since then, they've been on the phone nonstop and have even met up for dates!"
"There's a lot of talk that they've rediscovered a new, intense connection," the source continued of the couple reportedly rekindling their love affair.
Presley, 51, has been married four times, and her last union was with Michael Lockwood in 2006. The couple is parents to twins Finley and Harper. They split in 2016. Presley was previously married to musician Danny Keough from 1998 to 1994. She then famously wed the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, from 1994 to 1996, and then, tied the knot with Cage in 2002. Presley is also a mother to Riley Keough and Benjamin Keough.