Riley Keough
Riley Keough is pictured at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Feb. 9, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic via Getty Images


  • Riley Keough shared the last photo she took with her mom Lisa Marie Presley
  • The mother and daughter celebrated what would have been Elvis Presley's 88th birthday
  • Riley said she felt blessed to have a photo of the last time she saw her mom

Lisa Marie Presley's daughter, Riley Keough, has shared the final photo she took with her mom before she passed away.

On Tuesday, the 33-year-old actress took to Instagram to upload the last photo she took with the late singer before her demise earlier this month.

In the photo, the mother and daughter duo smiled while sitting on dark green velvet seats and waiting for their meal to be served. The snap was reportedly taken at Formosa Café in West Hollywood, California, on Jan. 8.

The two were reportedly celebrating what would have been Lisa Marie's father Elvis Presley's 88th birthday. They were joined by "Elvis" director Baz Luhrmann and actor Austin Butler, according to Us Weekly.

"I feel blessed to have a photo of the last time I saw my beautiful mama. Grateful @georgieflores took this. [red heart emoji]," the "Daisy Jones and the Six" actress captioned her post.

On the same day the photo was taken, fans gathered in front of Graceland, Elvis' mansion in Memphis, Tennessee, to commemorate the occasion. Lisa Marie and her family were also there to celebrate the late "king of rock and roll's" birthday with them.

Elvis Presley Enterprises president Joel Weinshanker told Entertainment Tonight that Lisa Marie was so happy that day despite standing for hours to sign autographs and take photos with the fans.

Four days later, on Jan. 12, Lisa Marie was hospitalized following an apparent cardiac arrest and died shortly after. She was 54.

On Sunday, the "Dirty Laundry" songstress was buried at Graceland, next to her son Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide in July 2020. He was 27.

Moments before her burial, Weinshanker disclosed Lisa Marie's one request for her memorial service. According to him, the late singer did not want her funeral to be sad.

"The one thing she said was, 'Don't make it sad.' She wants it to be a celebration, and that's what it's gonna be. It's about celebrating her life. This whole Graceland is about celebrating Elvis' life, and we're gonna do the same for Lisa," he said.

Lisa Marie's funeral took place exactly two weeks after she celebrated her dad's birthday.

Lisa Marie Presley
Lisa Marie Presley arrives at the 46th Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, November 1, 2012. Reuters