Lisa Marie Presley’s public memorial service at Graceland will likely be star studded.
According to a program obtained by Page Six, Sarah Ferguson, Alanis Morissette, Axl Rose and extra will likely be paying tribute to Elvis Presley’s daughter on the late icon’s residence on Sunday.
The Duchess of York will give a “tribute to the kids” of Lisa Marie, following opening remarks and a rendition of “Amazing Grace” by Jason Clark and The Tennessee Mass Choir.
Morissette will honor Lisa Marie – who died on Jan. 12 on the age of 54 – by singing “Rest,” whereas Axl Rose will carry out Guns N’ Roses 1991 hit, “November Rain.”
Additionally, remembrance speeches will likely be given by expertise supervisor Jerry Schilling, Lisa Marie’s mom, Priscilla Presley, and her eldest daughter, Riley Keough.
The program – which was given to the lots of of mourners gathered at Elvis’ Memphis mansion – additionally featured a George Frost quote that learn partly, “I’ve had my life and loved each second. But as it’s, one other life beckoned.”
The passage continued, “I dwell within the smiles, the moon, stars and sky. And I really feel everlasting pleasure as I watch you all fly. And for my darling kids who surprise what to do. Just have a beautiful time, as I’ll, residing by means of you.”
Page Six was first to report the information that Ferguson, 63, had flown in from the UK forward of her longtime pal’s memorial service.
“I believe she’s with [her son] Ben now,” the royal solely informed us, noting that she believes Lisa Marie died of a damaged coronary heart after her son’s demise by suicide in 2020.
The Duchess additionally stated she would proceed to assist Lisa Marie’s 33-year-old daughter, Riley, and 14-year-old twins, Finley and Harper.
“I believe we want to ensure Finley, Riley and Harper are totally supported going ahead,” Ferguson continued.
“She was so happy with them, so proud. She used to write down to me saying, ‘Yeah, I’m actually gushing at how fantastic my kids are proper now.’”
Lisa Marie, who was the one little one of rock ’n’ roll legend Elvis, died on the age of 54 after going into cardiac arrest.
“It is with a heavy coronary heart that I need to share the devastating information that my stunning daughter Lisa Marie has left us,” Priscilla, 77, stated in an announcement on the time.
“She was essentially the most passionate, robust and loving girl I’ve ever recognized.”