Priscilla Presley was seen attending the graduation of her twin granddaughters, Harper and Finley — but their big sister, Riley Keough, was noticeably absent from their big day.
The former wife of Elvis Presley walked separately from the girls and their father, Michael Lockwood, on Saturday after leaving the middle school commencement.
In photos, the 14-year-old twins smiled as they chatted with their dad, who was recently granted full custody of them following their mom Lisa Marie Presley’s January death.
Keough, however, was not present for her younger sisters’ graduation.
Page Six has reached out to Keough’s rep but did not immediately hear back.
The ceremony came days after Priscilla, 77, and the “Lodge” actress, 33, reportedly settled the dispute over Lisa Marie’s trust, with the “Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad” actress being granted “millions” from her late daughter’s estate.
Details of the settlement were not revealed in court and both parties will reportedly file a motion to seal the agreement, per TMZ.
Following the hearing, Priscilla told Page Six in a written statement, “My family has resolved all confusion as it relates to our plea to the court and request for document interpretation after my daughter Lisa Marie’s untimely passing.
“Although the media identified such a plea as a lawsuit, I want to make clear that there was never any lawsuit filed against my beloved granddaughter. As a family, we are pleased that we resolved this together. My family and I hope that everyone will grant us the privacy we have needed to properly grieve Lisa Marie and spend personal time together. We love and appreciate all of you and the Presley family is stronger than ever.”
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Keough’s reps did not respond to Page Six requests for comment about the settlement, however, her lawyer Justin Gold told CNN that his client was “very content.”
After Lisa Marie passed away at age 54 after going into cardiac arrest, reports surfaced that there were tensions brewing within the family over her estate.
Keough and her brother, Benjamin, were listed as the beneficiaries of their mom’s trust, however, when he died by suicide in July 2020, the actress became the sole living heir of Lisa Marie.
After the “Lights Out” singer’s death, Priscilla contested her late daughter’s will, alleging that a “purported 2016 amendment” — which expelled her and business manager Barry Siegel as trustees — was not lawful.
A friend of Lisa Marie previously told Page Six that Priscilla’s efforts were a “money grab.”
However, the co-founder of Elvis Presley Enterprises claimed to us that she was only trying to keep their family “together.”
“From the first moment I held Lisa in my arms, I’ve protected, loved and guided her, as I have my son,” she said in February. “Our hearts are broken, and I am having to learn to live without my only daughter.”
Meanwhile, a source later told Page Six that Priscilla and her eldest granddaughter were not on speaking terms.
“Riley and Priscilla are not talking,” the insider exclaimed. “Their relationship is changing, that is true. … It’s just so sad. This is the time Riley would really need her grandmother.”