Lisa Marie Presley Reubited with her Twins Lisa Marie Presley seen with her twins for first time in months on visit to mom Priscilla’s Beverly Hills home as all three generations of Elvis’ women gather to celebrate Riley Keough’s birthday
Lisa Marie Presley arriving at the home of her mother Priscilla with her oldest daughter Riley Keough. The two were seen getting out of Lisa’s black Cadillac, at which point they were mobbed by twins Harper and Finley who ran to hug their mother as soon as they spotted her and big sister Riley
It is one of the few times Lisa has been seen with her three daughters in public, and the first time she has been seen with her twins in public since February. The occasion were joined by Priscilla inside, where all three generations of Elvis Presley’s women celebrated Riley’s 28th birthday
Finley and Harper have been living with Priscilla in her Beverly Hills home ever since Lisa’s custody battle with Michael Lockwood turned ugly in February. Lisa meanwhile has reportedly been living with her daughter Riley and the actress’ husband Ben Smith-Petersen. Lisa Marie Presley had reason to rejoice last week, as the mother-of-four enjoyed a day out with her three girls after a difficult few months.
The meeting marked one of the very few occasions that the 49-year-old Lisa Marie has seen her twin daughters Finley and Harper since they were sent to live with Priscilla Presley in February after Child Protection Services decided in the aftermath of that filing to take the girls away from both parents and agreed that they could live with their 71-year-old grandmother. “The girls have not been in foster care and never will be… and will be until all this is sorted out” said Priscilla
Lisa won a major victory in the ongoing divorce back in February when Lockwood’s request for spousal support in the amount of $40,000 each month was denied by the judge. Lockwood ordered Lisa to hand over a monthly payment of $10,000 for five months to cover her estranged spouse’s legal fees, which the court ruled would be the only expense the heir to Elvis’ vast fortune was required to pay.