Page Six can confirm that Lisa Marie Presley has reached her final resting place.
On Sunday, the only child of Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley was laid to rest at Graceland, close to her adored son Benjamin Keough, who committed suicide in 2020.
Earlier this week, sources informed us that Keough’s tomb had to be “slightly” shifted to accommodate his mother’s remains.
According to reports, the two are now side-by-side in the Meditation Garden of Elvis’ famed home.
Along with his parents, Vernon and Gladys Presley, Elvis Presley is buried in the garden of the property in Memphis, Tennessee.
Page Six has discovered that photographs of the location depict multiple bouquets of flowers, including a bouquet of white roses delivered by Oprah Winfrey.
As previously reported, hundreds of mourners gathered to Graceland on Sunday to honor Lisa Marie, who passed away on January 12 at the age of 54.
Riley Keough, her 33-year-old daughter, and Finley and Harper Lockwood, her 14-year-old twins, were in attendance.Other attendees were British princess Sarah Ferguson, musicians Alanis Morissette and Axl Rose, and “Elvis” actor Austin Butler, who just won a Golden Globe for portraying the late rock ‘n’ roll star.
Page Six was the first to report that the Duchess of York had landed in the United States after flying from the United Kingdom for the ceremony.
“I think she’s with Ben now,” Ferguson, 63, told us in an exclusive interview, adding that she believes Lisa Marie died of a broken heart after Benjamin’s untimely death.
“I believe we must ensure Finley, Riley, and Harper have full support moving forward. She was incredibly proud of them.
Sunday during the memorial service, the ex-wife of Prince Andrew quoted her late mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth II.
She began by presenting a “tribute to Lisa Marie’s children” by stating, “I believe it is time to rekindle our inner flames… in honor of the extraordinary Lisa Marie.”
“My late mother-in-law used to say that there is nothing that can be spoken to alleviate the agony and heartache of these moments, since sorrow is the price we pay for love. And how accurate she was!”