Elvis Presley’s family come together for historic hand and footprint ceremony in Hollywood

Jun 22, 2022
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Elvis Presley’s beloved wife, daughter and granddaughters have come together for an iconic hand and foot print ceremony outside the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood on Tuesday, June 21.

The three generations of Presleys looked stunning as they posed for cameras, quite literally leaving their mark on history. The five Presley women wore their hair down in a likely symbol of family unity.

Priscilla Presley, 77, and daughter, Lisa Marie, 54, looked truly dapper as they both stunned in stylish black and white suit attire. The famed mother-daughter duo were joined by Marie’s three beautiful daughters, Riley, 33, and twins, Harper and Finley, 13.


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The young twins couldn’t have dressed more differently, with Harper opting for a similar look to her mum’s all-black blazer attire, while Finley opted for an elegant bright pink floral dress.

In various photos shared of the touching ceremony, the women were joined by iconic Australian film director Baz Luhrmann and American heart-throb Austin Butler who plays Elvis Presley in Luhrmann’s upcoming Elvis biopic.

Marie’s eldest daughter Riley, 33, was particularly stunning as she donned an incredible head of bright red hair and looked striking in a leather cut out dress.

Priscilla and Elvis gave birth to their only daughter together, Lisa Marie, on February 1, 1968.


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Marie had her eldest daughter Riley with her first husband Danny Keough (1988-1994) before remarrying the ‘King of Pop’ Michael Jackson in 1994-1996. Marie went on to marry famed actor Nicholas Cage in 2002-2004 before finally marrying American guitarist Michael Lockwood in 2006  before divorcing in 2016,  she had her twin daughters, Harper and Finley, with Lockwood.

Marie and her first husband, Keough, also had a son together in 1992, Benjamin Keough. Sadly, Benjamin passed away in 2020.


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The new Elvis biopic is set to hit Australian cinemas on Thursday, June 23, after months of anticipation from eager fans.

The film has already received glowing reviews from fans and critics alike, including quite the generous tribute from Priscilla Presley herself. 

Priscilla recently took to social media to share her touching thoughts on the new Elvis biopic and particularly, Austin Butler’s portrayal of her late husband, rock and roll legend Elvis Presley.

“Austin Butler, who played Elvis is outstanding. Halfway through the film Jerry and I looked at each other and said WOW!!! Bravo to him… he knew he had big shoes to fill,” Priscilla wrote.

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