Priscilla Presley opened up solely to Us Weekly about her grandchildren, Lisa Marie Presley’s 9-year-old daughters Finley and Harper.
“It’s nice, it’s completely nice. I adore it, I adore it,” Priscilla, 71 advised Us at Final Probability for Animals Annual Celeb Gala Profit in Beverly Hills final month. “Having twins is kind of an expertise, I’ve to say. Each of them are very completely different. Great children, great youngsters.”
She added that the twins have “completely different personalities.”
As beforehand reported, Priscilla revealed she was caring for her twin granddaughters in February after the allegations that Lisa Marie’s ex-husband Michael Lockwood is being investigated for alleged youngster abuse.
Elvis Presley’s daughter, 49, claimed in courtroom papers associated to her divorce that she discovered “disturbing” photographs of kids on a pc that belonged to Lockwood, 55.
Priscilla thanked followers for his or her assist within the household matter on Fb and shared a photograph of the Finley and Harper.
“Thanks from the underside of my coronary heart for “all” your constructive assist,” she wrote on the time.
Thanks from the underside of my coronary heart for "all" your constructive assist. 🌹
Posted by Priscilla Presley on Sunday, February 19, 2017
In the meantime, TMZ reported Lisa Marie is ready to file a lawsuit in opposition to her former monetary managers claiming they squandered greater than $100 million over 10 years on Wednesday, November eight.
Provident Monetary Administration claims Lisa Marie went broke as a result of she overspent, and former trustee Barry Siegel plans to countersue for $800,000 in unpaid administration charges.
Lisa Marie’s lawyer, Amjad Khan, advised TMZ, “Lisa Marie Presley has been betrayed by her former Trustee, Barry Siegel and Provident Monetary Administration — Hollywood cash managers to stars like Al Pacino and Rob Thomas.”
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