Joseph Llanes Lisa Marie Presley and Benjamin Keough
Lisa Marie Presley dedicated her last two Instagram posts to her late son Benjamin Keough.
In her last Instagram post before she died on Thursday at the age of 54, the singer-songwriter shared a screenshot of a PEOPLE essay she wrote about grief.
“Hello. In honor of being National Grief Awareness Day, I wrote an essay on grief that was posted on @people today. Hope it helps anyone who needs to hear all of this, here it is. Thought I’d post it.For some reason,” she wrote in the caption of her Aug. 30 post.
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An Instagram post contains a photo of Lisa Marie sitting on a couch as she rests her head on Keough, who committed suicide on July 12, 2020 at the age of 27.
The post invited her followers to read an essay in which she spoke candidly about grief and death, describing it as “a part of life.”
The daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, she wrote in her own words: far: One, her year or years after the loss, the grief never ceases or ceases. ”
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Of her own experience after her son’s death, she added: “Get over it, period instead of moving on.”
A month before that post, she shared another touching tribute to her son, sharing a photo of her feet on a chair as she displayed matching tattoos.
In the caption of her July 12 post, she explained that the mother-son duo got matching tattoos “on Mother’s Day a few years ago.”
“It’s a Celtic knot of eternity,” she explained.
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Lisa Marie’s mother released a statement to PEOPLE Thursday night, acknowledging the news of her daughter’s death, saying: “And a beloved woman I’ve ever known. We ask for privacy as we try to deal with this profound loss. Thank you for your love and prayers. No further comments at this time.”
Her death came after being rushed to the hospital Thursday morning for possible cardiac arrest.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed to PEOPLE that paramedics responded to block 5900 of Normandy Drive in Calabasas and treated a woman in her 50s who wasn’t breathing. When they arrived, paramedics started CPR, noticed “signs of life” in the patient, and transferred the woman to a local hospital for “immediate medical care.”
Following her death, celebrities paid tribute to Lisa Marie, with John Travolta writing: , Priscilla, Harper, Finley. ”