Priscilla Presley, the spouse of the late super singer Elvis Presley has revealed that, her desire is to be buried at Graceland — close to her dear husband Elvis Presley — after her demise.
Months after the actress and her granddaughter Riley Keough arrived at a settlement with respect to Lisa Marie Presley’s trust, Los Angeles Unrivaled Court Judge Lynn Scaduto formally approved the settlement on Tuesday November, as per ‘People’.
The official documents affirm Priscilla’s internment wish in addition to other things, as per an unedited filing by Keough’s lawyer ‘People’ professed to have gotten on Friday.
Priscilla is supposed to be covered in the Medication Garden of Graceland, which Keough now possesses after it was passed down from Elvis to Lisa Marie and afterward on to her.
Elvis’ mom, Gladys Presley, grandma, Minnie Mae, father, Vernon Presley, Lisa Marie and her son and Keough’s sibling, Benjamin Keough, who passed on in 2020 by suicide, lie in the Medication Garden for their last resting places with Elvis.
As per official court documents by ‘People’, Priscilla Presley will be buried close to Elvis Presley and the rest of the Presley family.
The source also revealed that, Scaduto additionally confirmed Priscilla will be paid a $1 million single amount from her daughter’s $25 million life insurance policy.
Priscilla was married to Elvis from 1967 to 1973 and they had a daughter, Lisa Marie Presley. Notwithstanding the payout, Priscilla will be paid $100,000 each year in regularly scheduled payments for her role as unique counsel of the promenade trust connected with its investor premium in Elvis Presley Enterprises.
The payments are guaranteed for 10 years or until Priscilla’s death, per the documents. It also confirm that Priscilla’s son, Navarone Garibaldi Garcia, whom she shares with her producer ex Marco Garibaldi, will be a beneficiary of Lisa Marie’s trust.
After Lisa Marie’s shocking demise this year, Priscilla took Riley Keough, her granddaughter, to court over Lisa Marie’s will after she was replaced by Keough as the sole administrator of the Presley bequest.
Lisa Marie passed on January 12 at 54 years old in the wake of experiencing heart failure connected with a little gut obstacle.
Shortly after, Priscilla contested “the authenticity and validity” of her daughter’s will upon learning she was removed as a manager of Elvis’ estate and replaced with 34-year-old Riley without her knowledge.
In August, the “Daisy Jones & the Six” star admitted she and her grandmother’s relationship had been tested over the legal battle, but never broken.
“When my mom passed, there was a lot of chaos in every aspect of our lives. Everything felt like the carpet had been ripped out and the floor had melted from under us,” she told ‘Vanity Fair’.
“Everyone was in a bit of a panic to understand how we move forward, and it just took a minute to understand the details of the situation, because it’s complicated.”
“We are a family, but there’s also a huge business side of our family. So I think that there was clarity that needed to be had.”
Priscilla revealed to The Post columnist Piers Morgan this week that Lisa Marie experienced stomach pains before her death.
“She didn’t really look that OK — she looked very frail,” she recalled.
Priscilla got emotional as she opened up about her daughter’s death this week with The Post columnist Piers Morgan and revealed she had experienced sharp stomach pains at the 2023 Golden Globes, where Austin Butler took home the trophy for Best Actor for his portrayal of Elvis.
“She didn’t really look that OK — she looked very frail,” Priscilla recalled of the “Shine” singer.
She revealed Lisa Marie even canceled their plans that night due to her stomach pain.
“Then I hugged her [goodbye], and she went her way, and I went mine, and that hug was the last hug I gave her,” she recalled.