Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of the legendary rock-n-roll icon, Elvis Presley celebrated her 53rd birthday on Monday.
On Tuesday, Presley shared the celebration with her fans when she posted a picture via Instagram.
“Thank you for all of the overwhelming birthday wishes from everyone,” she captioned. “I couldn’t have made it through without these three by my side.”
In the photo, her followers get a glimpse of her three daughters, who look exactly like a younger Lisa-Marie.
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While the photo indicated a reason to celebrate, Presley flashed a serious look as her daughters smiled for the camera. Despite the recent tragedy for the Presley family, she usually rarely smiles in photos.
Fans were quick to send their well-wishes to Presley, and many commented that they were happy to have her back.
Born May 29, 1989, Riley is Lisa Marie’s daughter and eldest child from her first marriage to musician Danny Keogh. Now 30, Riley has followed in her family’s entertainment footsteps as she is an actress, model, and producer.
Viewers most recently saw her in the high-profile Netflix drama The Devil All The Time. She’s also had roles in movies like Magic Mike, The Runaways, and Mad Max: Fury Road. She also guest-starred on an episode of Riverdale.
Also in the photo are fraternal twins, Harper and Finley. Presley and her ex-husband, Michael Lockwood, welcomed the twins in 2008.
In addition to the celebratory post, Priscilla Presley also took to Twitter to wish her daughter a happy birthday but made a social media faux pas when she tagged the wrong person in the post.
Priscilla, now 75, accidentally tagged a Presley parody account that has not been active since 2014.
Instead of deleting the tweet, Priscilla retweeted her mistake and remedied it by tagging her daughter’s correct Twitter account.
Later, Priscilla shared a photo of Presley when she was a toddler. Keough also shared a vintage photo of Lisa Marie Presley and her dad, taken when Riley was a baby. “Happy birthday Mama,” Riley wrote in her Instagram Story.