priscilla presley and granddaughter Riley KeoughThe relationship has taken a turn after the couple settled their court battle over Lisa Marie Presley’s estate.
“Riley and Priscilla are at peace in their relationship after a very tense process over Lisa Marie’s trust and estate,” a source exclusively reveals in the new issue. us weekly, “There was a lot of back and forth, but they reached a middle ground that makes them both happy.”
daisy jones and the six The star, 33, and his grandmother, 78, reached a settlement earlier this month in their ongoing legal battle.
“My family has resolved all confusion as it pertains to our petition to the court and request for interpretation of the document following the untimely demise of my daughter Lisa Marie,” Priscilla said. entertainment tonight those days. “Although some media identified such a petition as a lawsuit, I want to clarify that no lawsuit was ever filed against my beloved granddaughter. As a family, we are happy that we fought this together shorted out.
She concluded at the time: “My family and I hope that everyone will give us the privacy we need to properly grieve Lisa Marie and spend personal time together. We love you all and their Appreciate and the Presley family is stronger than ever.
us weekly It was previously confirmed in January that Priscilla – who shared Lisa Marie with ex-husband Elvis Presley – had filed to challenge her only daughter’s will, weeks after her death. Dallas The alum claimed that the 2016 amendment that replaced Priscilla as trustee with Lisa Marie’s eldest children, Riley and Benjamin Keough, was forged. According to Priscilla, the new documents were not witnessed or notarized and she was not informed of the court changes. Riley is currently the sole trustee following Benjamin’s death by suicide in 2020 at the age of 27. (Lisa Marie Shares Riley and Benjamin With Ex-Husband Danny Keough,
Further details of the asset disposal have not been revealed, but the insider tells We Riley and Priscilla are “united and excited for the future” as a family.
Lisa Marie died of cardiac arrest on January 12 at the age of 54. “Storm and Grace” Songstress Survived by Step-Sibling, Mom Priscilla Navarone Garibaldi and his three daughters. In addition to Riley, Lisa Marie shares twins Harper and Finley, 14, with ex-husband Michael Lockwood, Lisa Marie is also followed by her first granddaughter, whom Riley and husband Ben Smith-Petersen Welcomed in 2022.
Lockwood, 62, was granted guardianship of his daughters in a battle of faith, noting in his own court documents that he sought to protect their interests. (According to Lisa Marie’s will, she left her estate, including ownership of Elvis’ Graceland estate, to her children.)
Despite the legal proceedings, the family remained close in the wake of the late singer’s passing.
A second source reported exclusively, “Riley and Priscilla are having a relationship with the twins.” We last month. “Riley comes over to pick up the girls for the day and Priscilla spends time with them. They are family. Riley loves her sisters and Priscilla loves her grandchildren. Michael hopes their relationship continues to grow.” will remain and the guardianship position will not be disturbed due to the continuation of the trust case.
Priscilla and her granddaughters came together for Lisa Marie’s funeral earlier this year. elvis and me The author also read aloud a poem the twins had written for their mother.
Priscilla said in tears during the January 22 memorial, “I don’t know how to describe my mother in words, the truth is there are so many.” “Lisa Marie Presley was an icon, a role model, a superhero to many people around the world, but Mama was my icon, my role model, my superhero in more ways than one. Can’t have everything, but as she always said, ‘I’ll do my best.’
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