Priscilla Presley hopes that her ultimate resting place will be among her loved ones.
Priscilla explains that although she has no plans to leave anytime soon, it is her family’s and her wish for her to be put to rest with her daughter and the love of her life when the time comes. They appreciate all of the love from the fans.
Her plea was denied in a deal she struck with her granddaughter, Riley Keough, on Tuesday.
When Elvis died in 1977, he was interred at his beloved Graceland home, beside his mom Gladys and dad Vernon. Lisa Marie Presley, his only child, is buried with her son Benjamin Keough, who died in 2020, at Graceland.
Priscilla and Elvis married in 1967 after meeting eight years before, and while they divorced in 1972 —Priscilla then married and divorced Marco Garibaldi — she has often referred to Elvis as the love of her life.
The actress recently negotiated a deal with Keough, 33, in a Los Angeles courtroom over Lisa Marie’s trust.
Priscilla filed a petition in January challenging the “authenticity and validity” of a 2016 change to the trust that removed her as a cotrustee and placed Keough in control, but the actress told following the settlement that everything was resolved.
Her family has resolved all confusion as it relates to their request to the court and plea for document interpretation after her daughter Lisa Marie’s unfortunate passing, Priscilla wrote in a statement. Although some media misidentified such a plea as a lawsuit, she wishes to emphasize that no lawsuit was ever filed against her beloved granddaughter.
She said as a family, they are pleased that they were able to resolve this together. Her family and she is hoping that everyone will give them the space they require to properly mourn Lisa Marie and spend personal time together. They adore and cherish each other, and the Presley family is stronger than ever.
Her lawyer, Ronson Shamoun, told reporters that the “families are happy,” and the Presleys are unified, together, and eager for the future.
Keough’s attorney, Justin Gold, stated, [Riley] would not have agreed to the settlement if she was unhappy with it.
Keough’s team plans to file a settlement request under seal for the Promenade Trust as well as an insurance trust.
Keough’s representatives did not reply for comment after the settlement, but a source said that the Daisy Jones & the Six actress is ready to move on.
Riley feels glad that the estate issue involving her mother has been resolved. She doesn’t want any drama with her grandmother, a source said of Keough, who was seen picking up coffee in Vancouver on Wednesday. She hoped they could reach an agreement quickly.
Lisa Marie, who had 14-year-old twins Finley and Harper with ex-husband Michael Lockwood, died unexpectedly in January at the age of 54, and “Riley is still grieving her mom,” according to the source. It’s been quite difficult for her. She wishes to spend more time with her own kids right now. This is her first priority.
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