With the sad passing of Lisa Marie Presley, Priscilla Presley expressed gratitude to the supporters. The music business was in shock when the singer-songwriter was taken to the hospital on January 12. According to TMZ, Lisa seemed to have a heart attack, and her ex-husband Danny Keough gave her CPR until emergency personnel arrived to take her to West Hills Hospital. In a statement she sent to People during the turbulent time, Priscilla provided an update on the circumstance. “My lovely Lisa Marie was transported to the hospital,” she stated. She is currently receiving the best care.
Later that evening, the gifted performer tragically went suddenly at the age of 54. The heartbreaking news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us must be delivered, Priscilla stated in a statement, according to Today. She was the most zealous, bravest, and most loving woman I’ve ever encountered.
After Lisa Marie’s tragic loss, her family received condolence notes from fans and professional acquaintances, including her former friend Leah Remini and ex-husband Nicolas Cage. It looks that the Priscilla is now thanking the public for their assistance and encouraging remarks.
Following Lisa Marie Presley’s passing, fans went to social media to send their condolences, good wishes, and prayers to her family. The singer’s mother, Priscilla Presley, shared an emotional tweet on Twitter in which she expressed gratitude to the audience for their support. I’m completely overwhelmed by your remarks, prayers, love, and support, she said in response to one of your messages. I sincerely appreciate your efforts in trying to support me as I deal with this tragedy. The “dark, agonizing road” may be related to by any parent who has lost a child, Priscilla continued.
The former CEO of Elvis Presley Enterprises received additional notes of support from fans shortly after. One user tweeted, “As a parent who has lost a child, know that all my hope and love go out to you during this tough time.” I wish you grace and peace on your road to recovery. We love you so much, Priscilla, another admirer commented. Beyond that, there isn’t much I can say to appropriately express how devastated we are for you. A moving letter was written by Priscilla a few days after Riley Keough, Lisa’s daughter, posted the last photo she had ever taken with her beloved mother. “I feel privileged to have a snapshot of the last time I saw my beloved mother,” she wrote in a comment on Instagram.