Priscilla Presley shared a heartfelt post about her late daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, on what would have been her 56th birthday this week.
“I miss you ‘Yisa’,” the actress, 78, wrote alongside a throwback photo of the “Lights Out” singer hugging her from behind via Instagram Thursday.
“You would have been 56 today. Still young at heart and yet an old soul.”
Lisa Marie’s daughter Riley Keough also took to her respective Instagram to honor her mom more than a year after she died suddenly at the age of 54.
“Happy Birthday mama ,” the “Daisy Jones & The Six” star, 34, simply captioned an old photo of Lisa Marie via Instagram Thursday.
The beautiful snapshot showed Elvis Presley’s only daughter grinning in front city lights while wearing a jean jacket.
Both Priscilla and Keough also paid tribute to Lisa Marie on the first anniversary of her “unbearable” death last month.
Lisa Marie died at the West Hills Hospital and Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering cardiac arrest in January 2023.
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Her official cause of death was sequelae of small bowel obstruction, according to records from the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner.
The obstruction was reportedly a result of adhesions that had developed after she underwent bariatric surgery to help her lose weight.
Some family drama arose following the “Dirty Laundry” singer’s death, as Priscilla challenged the validity of her daughter’s will. However, the businesswoman ultimately settled with Keough in June 2023.
The “Mad Max: Fury Road” actress agreed to pay her grandmother over $1 million to become the sole trustee of Lisa Marie’s estate, in addition to another $400,000 to cover her legal fees.
Keough, the eldest of Lisa Marie’s four children, is now gearing up to release her mother’s memoir, which the “I’ll Figure It Out” singer was working on before her death.
“Few people had the opportunity to know who my mom really was, other than being Elvis’s daughter,” she said in a press release last month.
“I was lucky to have had that opportunity and working on preparing her autobiography for publication has been a privilege, albeit a bittersweet one.”
Keough concluded, “I’m so excited to share my mom now, at her most vulnerable and most honest, and in doing so, I do hope that readers come to love my mom as much as I did.”