Riley Keough has shared the last photo she took with her mother, Lisa Marie Presley, before she died on January 12.
The photo showed the mother-daughter duo sitting together in a restaurant and smiling sweetly at the camera while leaning together.
For the occasion, Keough wore a matching silver and gold top and bottom while Presley wore a black blouse and black jacket adorned with gold buttons and embellishments.
“Feeling blessed to have a pic of the last time I saw my beautiful mum. Grateful @georgieflores took this. ❤️,” Keough, 33, captioned the sweet Instagram snap on Tuesday.
Over the weekend, the ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ star broke her silence on her mother’s death by sharing a throwback photo of the two.
Keough’s husband, Ben Smith-Peterson, also read a heartfelt letter she wrote at Presley’s memorial at Graceland on Sunday.
“Thank you for giving me strength, my heart, my empathy, my courage, my sense of humor, my manners, my temper, my savagery, my tenacity. I am a product of your heart, my sisters are a product of your heart, my brother is a product of your heart,” Smith-Petersen said, referring to Presley’s beloved late son, Benjamin Keough.
She also wrote that she “hopes[s] I can love my daughter as you loved me,” confirming that she had welcomed a child.
Page Six later confirmed that she and Smith-Petersen, who tied the knot in 2015, had secretly welcomed a daughter. However, it is not known when she gave birth.
“I remember what it was like to be loved by the most loving mother I’ve ever known,” the note continues. “How safe it was to be in your arms: I remember that feeling as a kid and I remember it two weeks ago on your couch.”
Lisa Marie – who was the only child of late icon Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley – has died after suffering cardiac arrest aged 54.
The singer was buried at Graceland on Sunday – next to her late son, who died by suicide in 2020. He was 27.
Besides Riley and her daughter, Lisa Marie is survived by her mother, Priscilla, and her twin daughters, 14-year-old Finley and Harper Lockwood.