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Lisa Marie Presley’s last Instagram post was about grief

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Lisa Marie Presley has died at the age of 54. Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley’s only child was hospitalized on Jan. 12, 2023 after being found unresponsive at their home, according to TMZ. Her death was confirmed hours later.

The report showed that Lisa Marie Presley was found unresponsive and that CPR was performed by her ex-husband Danny Keough before paramedics arrived. A short time later, the outlet reported that Lisa Marie Presley went into cardiac arrest, was on life support, and was in an induced coma.

Lisa Marie Presley is survived by her three children, Finley, Harper and Riley. According to People magazine, their son Benjamin died by suicide in 2020. Lisa Marie Presley’s last Instagram post before her death was about her son and was shared in August 2022.

Here’s what you need to know:

On August 30, 2022, Lisa Marie Presley wrote a blog post for People magazine in honor of National Grief Awareness Day. She shared a screenshot of the post on her Instagram account.

“Today is ‘National Grief Awareness Day,’ and as I’ve been living in the horrific reality of my son’s relentless grip since the death of my son two years ago, I thought I’d share a few things everyone should be aware of when it comes to grief has interest. If not to help yourself, but maybe to help someone else who is grieving,” Lisa Marie Presley wrote in the People post.

“It’s a real decision to move on, one I have to make every day and one that’s constantly challenging to say the least… But I’m moving on for my girls. I continue because my son has made it very clear in his final moments that caring for and taking care of his little sisters is at the forefront of his concerns and thoughts. He absolutely adored her and she him,” she also wrote.

In her Instagram caption, Lisa Marie Presley said she hoped her words would help someone “in some way.”

In July 2022, Lisa Marie Presley shared a photo of the matching tattoos she and Benjamin got “several years ago.” The two visited a tattoo parlor on Mother’s Day.

“It’s a Celtic eternity knot. Symbolizes that we will be connected forever. We carefully chose it to represent our everlasting love and bond,” she captioned the post.

Lisa Marie Presley was in attendance at the 2023 Golden Globes on Jan. 10 supporting actor Austin Butler, who won the Best Actor award for his portrayal of Elvis Presley in the movie “Elvis,” according to Entertainment Weekly.

In May 2022, Lisa Marie Presley took to her Instagram feed to comment on the film.

“I haven’t posted anything in a while because there really isn’t much to say as I mourn and will forever mourn the loss of my son. I was swallowed whole navigating this abhorrent grief that absolutely shattered and shattered my heart and soul,” she wrote.

She went on to say that she’s seen “Elvis” twice and said it was “downright spectacular.”

“Austin Butler beautifully channeled and embodied my father’s heart and soul. In my humble opinion, his performance is unparalleled and FINALLY executed accurately and respectfully,” she added. “It breaks my heart that my son is not here to see it. He would have totally loved it too. I can’t tell you enough how much I love this film and I hope you love it too,” she continued.

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