Lisa Marie Presley is holding off on sending her young daughters to school as she insists she will "go crazy" when the twins enrol.
Elvis Presley's daughter relocated to Britain after the birth of Harper and Finley in 2008, and insists she loves living in the English countryside with husband Michael Lockwood .
However, Presley admits she has no plans to send the three-year-old girls to a local nursery and will instead delay the milestone until the sisters are five or six years old, claiming "that's the age they start (school) in the States".
She tells BBC Radio 2, "I am reluctant to send them to school. I just don't want to shove them off so early... I'm stunned when I see the age range (kids begin education in the U.K.). I understand working parents need to do it, but I don't want to lose them that quick. I'll go crazy when they all go to school as I won't know what to do."
However, the 44-year-old singer is adamant the British way of life has done her a lot of good, adding, "In California the people are so self-absorbed. I lived in the same neighbourhood for 17 years and I don’t think I met a neighbour. When I moved here I was getting notes and flowers and people reaching out to me, and I just thought it was incredible. There’s a quality of life over here that I needed and I just found it very refreshing.
"The locals are also pretty protective of me, which I really found charming as I’d never experienced that before."