Finley and Harper, both 14 years old, have spent a lot of time at their grandmother Priscilla Presley's residence in Los Angeles since Lisa Marie passed away.
Lisa Marie Presley's twins have been terribly traumatized by their mother's unexpected death and would not return to the residence where she went into full cardiac arrest, reports TMZ.
According to sources close to the family, Finley and Harper, both 14 years old, have spent a lot of time at Priscilla Presley's residence in Los Angeles since Lisa Marie passed away. Their older sister Riley Keough has also been there, and everyone is relying on one another for support. The girls' father, Michael Lockwood, has also been playing a key role in ensuring that their needs are met during this really trying period for the girls.
After Benjamin, Lisa Marie's son, died by suicide in 2020, Lisa Marie also sold the house where the tragedy took place since it was deeply traumatic for her and her family. Lisa Marie has previously spoken about how his death destroyed her. She expressed tributes on Benjamin's birthday and wrote an impassioned piece about the loss for PEOPLE in 2022. "It's a real choice to keep going, one that I have to make every single day and one that is constantly challenging, to say the least ... But I keep going for my girls," she wrote in honor of National Grief Awareness Day. "I keep going because my son made it very clear in his final moments that taking care of his little sisters and looking out for them was at the forefront of his concerns and his mind. He absolutely adored them and they him."
The singer, who passed away on January 12 at the age of 54 after being admitted to the hospital for what appeared to be a heart attack, had previously said that she was "ferociously protective" of her 4 children. "I just smother them in love," she shared while speaking to Healthy Living in 2014. "They are my priority. That's what I do. That's what I care most about. I keep them close to me and make sure they are happy and healthy."
The mom-of-4 shared that she's best friends with her children and they with her. "We all are very, very close. The older ones absolutely adore the younger ones and they help me with them. We all kind of hold each other up; we are all each other’s best friends. I’m theirs but I am also their mother. That’s kind of that," she shared. She described how close-knit the family is, adding that 'nobody is happy' if they haven't seen each other longer than a week.
"It’s a constant struggle and juggle to get everybody in the same place at the same time and keep us close. None of us are happy if we haven’t seen each other past a week or two. It’s just a normal family," she concluded.
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