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Presley’s name will live on in Graceland.

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In 2013, Lisa Marie Presley spoke about her future during an interview.

“It’s absolutely mine 100 percent and it’s always been mine, Graceland,” she told Entertainment Tonight at the time. “It will always be. And when it ceases to be mine, it will belong to my children. That’s all”.

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Only child of Elvis and Priscilla Presley died suddenly at the age of 54 on Thursday.

Remembering Lisa Marie Presley: the only child of Elvis and Priscilla, who outlived his mother, three daughters

The final resting place of the singer will be there for her beloved son Benjamin Keough, who died in 2020, a spokesperson for her daughter, Riley Keough, confirmed to Fox News Digital. Elvis and other members of the Presley family are also buried at Graceland.

In addition to Riley’s daughter, Lisa Marie was also the mother of daughters Finley and Harper.

During an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Presley shared that maintaining Graceland was “a full-time job”.

“You must continue to strive for quality, preservation and protection,” said Lisa Marie. “It’s a continuous job for all of us.”

Graceland

When the publication asked Presley what her favorite memory of Graceland was, she couldn’t pick just one.

“Everybody [in] there seems to be everything that was close to him or something else, so all this is very important and significant, ”she said about her late father Elvis.

Flowers outside Graceland

Lisa Marie is the sole heir to Elvis’ beloved Graceland estate. According to the Graceland website, Elvis listed his father, Vernon Presley, and grandmother, Minnie Mae Presley, in his will.

After their deathLisa Marie became the sole heir to the famous estate.

Vernon Presley died in 1979. Minnie May Presley died in 1980. This left Lisa Marie Presley as sole heir to the estate. Elvis’s will stated that her estate was to be held in trust until her twenty-fifth birthday, January 1, 1993.

Lisa Marie Presley on the red carpet

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According to the website, when Lisa Marie turned 25, she decided to create a new trust.

“After Lisa Presley’s twenty-fifth birthday in 1993, the trust automatically dissolved and Lisa decided to create a new trust, The Elvis Presley Trust to continue the successful management of the estate, with Priscilla Presley and the National Bank of Commerce continuing to act as co-founders.”