Priscilla gave birth to her son, Navarone Garibaldi Garcia, on 1 March, 1987. She met his father, film producer Marco Garibaldi, in 1982, and they dated until separating in 2006, per Us Weekly. Garcia said he did not grow up living lavishly off Elvis's estate.
When he turned 18, he decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue a music career. "It was an escape. It was a fresh start," Garcia told People in a 1 Feb. cover story, breaking his silence after being relatively quiet over the years. He said he took drugs as a teen, leading to an ongoing struggle with addiction. But, per the interview, he managed to get clean in 2020, partly so he could visit his wife, Elisa Achilli, during the pandemic. The two married in Switzerland in February 2022 after four years of dating.
In the interview, Garcia revealed that Elvis's music was banned from his home growing up, mostly due to his father. "I think my dad had a bit of a complex about it," he said. "It wasn't until after he left that my mom started playing his music again freely."
Garcia also shared that in 2017, he discovered his father, Marco, was Brazilian, not Italian like he originally thought, and his actual last name was Garcia. He wound up confronting his father, who had always claimed he was from a wealthy Italian family, and the pair became estranged. Garcia eventually flew to Brazil to meet his real extended family. "I lost one family member, but I gained 20-plus," he told People. "I have zero regrets."
Garcia shared a love for music with Lisa Marie, though he apparently wasn't that close with his half-sister. Still, Garcia commemorated her in an emotional Instagram post shortly after her death. "Big sister . . . i hope you are now at peace and happy with your Dad and your son by your side," he wrote. "I know the past couple years weren't easy for you, and I wish things had been different between us. Regardless, you are my sister and I'm sending love and prayers for your journey home. I still can't believe this, I'm lost for words. Love you sis. Beijos. 💔."
Garcia told People he felt the need to support his mother in the wake of Lisa Marie's death and planned on taking her to Brazil later in the year. He said, "I think she needs a reminder of how nice it is."
Today, the 36-year-old musician fronts LA-based rock band Them Guns, who released a new single called "Acid Plane" on 2 Feb. According to his People interview, Garcia plans on eventually moving to Brazil and embarking on an international tour with his group.