Presley, Elvis’s only son, died last week at the age of 54
has been one week since Lisa Marie Presley, the only son of Elvis Presley, died unexpectedly at the age of 54. In the days since his death, those close to the star have sent an outpouring of love and loss via social media. And on Friday, Presley’s eldest daughter, the actress Riley Keough shared his own tribute, marking his first public statement on his mother’s death.
Keough posted a simple black and white flashback photo of her and Presley. In the image, Keough’s younger self looks up at her mother, a bouquet of flowers placed in front of them. She captioned the photo with a red heart.
At 33, Keough is the eldest of Presley’s surviving children (Presley also has twin daughters). his younger brother benjamin keoughHe died by suicide in 2020 at the age of 27. “I guess this is real heartbreak,” she wrote in a tribute to him at the time. “I hope we meet again.”
The actress will star in the next Prime Video series Daisy Jones and the six, in which she plays Jones, a strong-willed musician who she says reminds her of her mother. “My mother is definitely an inspiration to me,” Keough said. People in December. “He raised me as someone who did his own thing and didn’t really care what other people thought. It was definitely an inspiration to me. [I was] always interested in women who didn’t behave ‘in the right way’”.
After Presley’s death, so a official cause still unknown, tributes it came in streams of actors and musicians who had known her. “Lisa, girl, I’m so sorry. I will miss you, but I know I will see you again,” wrote John Travolta. “My love and my heart go out to Riley, Priscilla, Harper and Finley.”
Billy Idol, P!nk, Nicholas Cage, LeAnn Rimes and more also remembered the musician in separate statements.
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