Tragically deceased on January 12 of a heart attack, Lisa Marie Presley is buried this Sunday at Graceland, in the property of her family. Present at the ceremony, her friend Sarah Ferguson confided in Page Six on the death of the King’s daughter.
The day before her death, she looked radiant at the Golden Globes, accompanied by her mother Priscilla, to support the biopic about his father, Elvis. Lisa Marie Presley died suddenly on January 12 of a heart attack at the age of 54, leaving behind her mother and three daughters, Riley, Finley and Harper. A new tragic disappearance for the Presley family, already marked by mourning. If the death of Elvis Presley goes back several years now – he died in 1977 – Lisa Marie and her family had to face in 2020 the sudden death of Benjamin Keough, who committed suicide at the age of 27. A terrible ordeal that would have been right for Lisa Marie Presley, according to her friend Sarah Ferguson. In the columns of Page Six, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew assures that the musician died of a “Broken Heart“following the disappearance of his son.”I think she’s with Ben now.”she added.
After the announcement of Lisa Marie Presley’s death, Sarah Ferguson took to her Instagram account to share a very touching tribute to her friend. “I say hello to you every day and I love you my sister and I will continue to say hello to you every day. You were my sister, an amazing mother to Ben, Riley, Harper and Finley and a wonderfully loving daughter to Priscilla. You have been my devoted friend for many years and I am here for your family to support and love them. I am deeply saddened, my sister, you are in my heart“, she wrote.
Death of Lisa Marie Presley: her daughter Riley Keough comes out of silence
Riley Keough, the eldest daughter of Lisa Marie Presley, also broke the silence on her Instagram account by posting an old black and white photo in which mother and daughter look at each other tenderly. A poignant shot captioned with a simple red heart. Lisa Marie Presley will be buried alongside her father, Elvis, and son, Benjamin.