Priscilla Presley had a delightful evening in Malibu on Wednesday, enjoying a sushi-themed dinner with her three granddaughters: Riley Keough, Finley, and Harper Lockwood. This family outing came after the resolution of a legal issue over Lisa Marie Presley’s will.
Priscilla, the 78-year-old ex-wife of the legendary Elvis Presley, treated her family to dinner at the renowned restaurant Nobu. She was seen leaving the restaurant looking stylish in a black bomber jacket, matching leggings, and a polka-dot top, carrying a fancy handbag.
Riley Keough, the 34-year-old actress known for her role in “Daisy Jones & The Six,” wore a long black robe coat and open-toed sandals for the family outing. Riley’s parents are Lisa Marie and Danny Keough.
The 14-year-old twins, Harper and Finley, were the youngest members of the group. Harper looked adorable in a floral minidress and Adidas sneakers, while Finley was dressed in an olive green dress, high heels, and a blue blazer. Michael Lockwood and Lisa Marie Lockwood are the twins’ parents.
Last month, Riley Keough revealed that their family had gone through “a bit of upheaval” as they dealt with legal matters related to Lisa Marie Presley’s estate. Following Lisa Marie’s sudden passing in January, Riley and her grandmother had to address changes made to her will in 2016, which removed Riley as a co-trustee.
In a Vanity Fair cover interview, Riley noted that while their relationship is now “happy,” the loss of Lisa Marie had created “a lot of chaos” within the family. She emphasized that her primary goal was to protect and cherish Graceland, the Presley family, and their history.
After months of disagreements, Riley Keough agreed to give her grandmother $1 million to take over as the sole trustee and an additional $400,000 to cover attorney fees. This resolution has brought clarity to their situation, and Riley expressed her hope that “things with Grandma will be happy.” She also clarified that her relationship with Priscilla had always been positive.