Born on the peak of Elvis’s fame in 1968, Lisa Marie Presley grew up squarely within the highlight because the daughter of the person celebrated as “the King of rock ’n’ roll.”
Elvis and Priscilla Presley separated in 1972, when their daughter was 4 years outdated, and she or he was solely 9 when her father died in 1977.
Quickly, she started appearing out and experimenting with medication, leading to her mom sending her to a sequence of personal faculties, together with a boarding faculty in Ojai, California.
Presley later launched her profession in 2003 with a debut studio album, “To Whom It Might Concern,” which reached No. 5 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and was licensed gold that summer time. She wrote virtually all of the lyrics on the album and co-wrote each melody.
Parallel her musical pursuits, Presley had been married 4 instances: First to musician Danny Keough, then to Michael Jackson, Nicholas Cage after which Michael Lockwood. She had 4 youngsters: Riley Keough, Benjamin Keough, Harper Vivienne Ann Lockwood and Finley Aaron Love Lockwood.
In 2020, Presley’s son, Benjamin Keough, died by suicide on the age of 27. Final July, she marked the second anniversary of Keough’s demise on Instagram, sharing a photograph of their matching foot tattoos.
In September, Presley wrote an essay for Nationwide Grief Consciousness Day, wherein she opened up in regards to the lack of her son.
“My and my three daughters’ lives as we knew it had been utterly detonated and destroyed by his demise. We stay on this each. Single. Day,” she wrote. “Grief is one thing you’ll have to carry with you for the remainder of your life, despite what sure folks or our tradition needs us to consider. You don’t ‘recover from it,’ you don’t ‘transfer on,’ interval.”