Mrs. Vicky Cayetano was born in the Philippines and raised in San Francisco, the sixth of nine children. With a family very involved in the performing arts, at the age of six Vicky appeared along side Elvis Presley in It Happened at the World's Fair. She married Governor Benjamin J. Cayetano on May 5, 1997, in a private ceremony at Washington Place.
In the early 1960s, Mrs. Cayetano made her mark, appearing as a child actress with Elvis Presley in the movie, "It Happened at the World's Fair." At 6-1/2, Mrs. Cayetano was impressed by Elvis Presley. And there's one incident she'll never forget. It had to be shot 30 times as she was nervous and lonely because she was separated from her family. Presley sensed her uneasiness. He ended the shot, saying, "The little lady and I are going to eat dinner." "That shows you the kind of man he was," Mrs. Cayetano said. "To this day, I won't forget that. He showed a lot of compassion." Perhaps her 'history" helped Elvis fans on Hawaii to get the Governer of Hawaii to proclaim March 23-30, 2001 "Elvis Presley Week In Hawaii". This to celebrate the 40th anniversary Elvis' benefit concert for the USS Arizona.