Lisa Marie Presley’s Daughter Riley Keough Has Fans Going Wild Over New ‘Bath Time’ Photo

by Samantha Whidden
(Photo by Kevin Winter/2021 MTV Movie and TV Awards/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS)

Following the 2021 Emmy Awards, Lisa Marie Presley’s daughter Riley Keough, took to her Instagram to share a snapshot of her having out by a bathtub prior to the annual award show. 

“Bath Time @sweetbabyjamie,” she captions the show featuring her in her Emmy’s dress while hanging out with a child, who was taking a bath. 

The latest Instagram post comes just days after Riley Keough shared some photos of the set of her latest film project, Daisy Jones and the Six.

The miniseries, which is for Amazon Video, consists of thirteen episodes. The series notably follows a rock band in the ‘70s which includes their rise to popularity in the LA music scene to becoming one of the most legendary bands in the world. 

Riley Keough will be playing the role of Daisy Jones. Those starring alongside her are Sebastian Chacon, Suki Waterhouse, Will Harrison, Nabiyah Be, and Sam Claflin. The miniseries’ premiere date has not be announced just yet.

Riley Keough Talks Playing a Sex Worker in ‘Zola’ 

During a recent interview with Glamour, Riley Keough opened up about her role as a sex worker in her latest film Zola. “I feel that it’s important to show all kinds of sex work,” Lisa Marie Presley’s daughter proclaimed. She also said that she has played sex workers a few times and has also learned about the world. 

“[I’ve learned] how fast [the sex worker world] is. And how many different types of sex work there are. The more stories there are in that field the better!” Riley Keough stated. She further discussed her Stefani in the film. “Stefani knows more about what’s happening. Zola is forced into a situation she doesn’t want to be in. So they have different relationships and dynamics with the sex. And the sex work.”

Along with the role, Riley Keough also said she formed a bond with co-star Taylour Paige, who plays Aziah “Zola” King. “Taylour and I became really close friends. When you meet somebody that you’re very similar to, it is a very spiritual experience,” Keough explained. She also said the friendship is similar to falling in love. I had that with Taylour on a very profound level and I really felt that from [Zola director] Janice.”

Keough Opens Up About Women in the Film Industry 

While also chatting with Glamour, Riley Keough discussed what it’s like to be a woman in the film industry. “Having agency has been a journey for me. For a lot of women, you’re lucky if you are raised in a world or a family where are allowed to take up space. It’s definitely challenging as a female.”

Riley Keough also explained that the more she takes up space, the more that she’s herself and unapologetic about existing. “It’s just crazy, as a female, you think so much about just giving your opinion. I always would play dumb when I was younger. And I’m not dumb at all. I’m very smart.”