At the public memorial service for her beloved daughter Lisa Marie Presley, which just ended, Priscilla Presley paid tribute to her daughter with words that made people think deeply and showed how she felt. She said things about her famous daughter that fit both her life and the time in which she lived it.
Priscilla Presley talked about Lisa Marie’s life.
The 77-year-old woman walked up to the podium and started talking about her daughter and all that she stood for. This included both her life as a person and her love for her children, Benjamin Keough, Riley Keough, Finley Lockwood, and Harper Lockwood. Priscilla’s speech was aimed at the people in the room. She did this by reading a story and a poem that had been put together by one of her granddaughters.
Priscilla’s Words Were Profound.
The famous person was reading something written by one of her granddaughters when she told other mourners that she was reading about her only child, who had died. Priscilla Presley started,
I’m going to read something that my granddaughter wrote, for all of you. And this says it all.
Then, the matriarch of the Presley family read out loud the letter that was written to her and sent directly to her cell phone.
I have no idea how to put my mother into words. The truth is, there are too many,
the item read.
Tribute To Lisa Marie.
The singer best known for her hit “Now What” was called “an icon, a role model, and a superhero” by people from all over the world. The author said that Lisa Marie was her personal hero and a superhero role model in more ways than they could count because she was their mother. The writer said that they couldn’t come up with enough words that did justice to what Lisa Marie stood for.
‘The Old Soul’
Then, Priscilla Presley keeps reading the poem, which was also written by Lisa Marie’s daughter, whose name will not be mentioned. The part of the show called “The Old Soul” that told a story started with a flashback to when Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley gave birth to their only child. The written piece said that the singer was born in 1968 and that she was fragile but strong as a child.
People said that she was the kind of person who knew “she wouldn’t be here too long.” The poem started with Lisa Marie as a child and went all the way through her life as an adult, including when she was raising her own family.
The Poem Alluded To Benjamin Keough.
One part of the poem said that Lisa Marie had just had her second child, which “led her to suspect.” Priscilla Presley read the memorial poem “Could this be the angel who takes me home?” while fighting back the tears that were pouring down her face. She said that time went by quickly and that “it was time for a tragedy.” The poet talked about how sad Lisa Marie was after her son died, and then he said that the singer was finally “home where she belonged all along.”
Who Was in Attendance?
A source said that some celebrity friends joined Priscilla Presley, her granddaughters, and other family members. Sarah Ferguson, who has been a close friend of Lisa Marie’s for a long time, was there, as was Austin Butler, who played Elvis, and singers Billy Corgan, Alanis Morisette, and Axl Rose, among others. A lot of fans, numbering in the hundreds, also went to Graceland, and others watched the concert live on the Internet.
Lisa Marie Is Buried.
The famous singer was buried next to her late son Benjamin, whom she loved very much, and across from her father. Vernon and Gladys, who were Lisa Marie’s grandparents, are also buried in the backyard of Graceland. Minnie Mae, her great-grandmother, was also buried there. On the Memphis property are also the remains of Elvis’ twin brother Jessie, who died at birth.
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