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Riley Keough was pictured Monday traveling from Memphis to Los Angeles a day after she attended the memorial service for her late mother Lisa Marie Presley, where her husband Ben Smith-Petersen revealed that they are parents to a daughter.
The 33-year-old actress donned a long beige coat over a black short with blue jeans and beige shoes, while carrying a black bag.
Keough, the daughter of the late Lisa Marie and Danny Keough, wore her dark brown locks in a ponytail and a pair of sunglasses on the travel day, in which the couple was seen with their daughter.
The latest: Riley Keough, 33, was pictured at a Memphis airport on Monday headed back to Los Angeles a day after she attended the memorial service for her late mother Lisa Marie Presley, where her husband Ben Smith-Petersen revealed that they are parents to a daughter
Smith-Petersen was clad in a long-sleeved grey top with a backpack, lead gray jeans and black shoes as he was seen deboarding the aircraft at Van Nuys Airport.
The Australia-born stuntman carried a large bag and a fold-up baby seat as he was seen getting off the plane.
The family was seen a day after Keough was apparently so overcome with emotion she could not speak at her mother's memorial service on Sunday.
Keough instead had her husband read her eulogy for her — revealing Lisa Marie became a grandmother shortly before she died earlier this month.
The actress donned a long beige coat over a black short with blue jeans and beige shoes, while carrying a black bag
Smith-Petersen was clad in a long-sleeved grey top with a backpack, lead gray jeans and black shoes as he was seen deboarding the aircraft at Van Nuys Airport
The Australia-born stuntman carried a large bag and a fold-up baby seat as he was seen getting off the plane
Ben Smith-Petersen read his wife, Riley Keough's, eulogy for her mother at the service
'I hope I can love my daughter the way you loved me, the way you loved my brother and my sisters,' Riley wrote in her eulogy, just one day after she was spotted carrying an unknown baby as she arrived in Graceland.
Riley then went on in her speech to thank her mother for everything she had done for her, her half-sisters and her late brother, Benjamin, after her grandmother, Priscilla read a similar poem by one of Lisa Marie's 14-year-old twins.
Lisa Marie Presley, 54, would be buried just moments later next to her father, rock icon Elvis, and her son, Benjamin.
Riley was pictured arriving at the memorial for her mother on Saturday dressed down in sweatpants with her hair loose as she carried a baby.
Her newfound motherhood apparently had an affect on her remarks, as she shared memories she had of her mother at the memorial service on Sunday.
'I remember you driving me in my car seat playing Aretha Franklin,' she shared in the eulogy. 'I remember the feeling I'd get when you picked me up from school.'
'Thank you for showing me that love is the only thing that matters in this world,' she concluded, noting that she and her late brother, as well as her half-sisters are 'products of your heart.'
Priscilla Presley led her family's tributes to her late daughter at a memorial service on Sunday
Lisa Marie Presley's coffin remained out during the memorial service
'We are you, you are us,' Riley wrote. 'Thank you for trying so hard for all of us.'
Her younger sister had earlier shared similar sentiments in a poem she wrote for the occasion, which was read by her grandmother, Priscilla Presley.
The 14-year-old called her mother 'an icon, a role model and a superhero.'
The poem read: 'She always knew she wouldn't be here too long... some say a broken heart killed her,' referring to her son, Benjamin's untimely death by suicide in July 2020.
Speaking for herself, the 77-year-old grieving mother then added: 'Our hearts are broken. Lisa we all love you.'
But the first eulogy of the morning was from talent agent Jerry Schilling, who described how he first met Lisa Marie Presley shortly after she was born.
'I always called Lisa Marie 'Memphis,'' he shared. 'She had that cadence.'
He told how Lisa Marie served as his assistance, before he started managing the singer-songwriter, and serving in her weddings.
'Memphis, I will always love you,' Schilling said.
Meanwhile, Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson vowed to always be around for Lisa Marie's children, sharing how she considered the rock n' roll princess her 'sissy.'
The duchess shared how was with Lisa Marie her entire life, and vowed to do the same for her 14-year-old twins, as well as her older daughter, Riley.
'We march forward in support of you.'
The Tennessee Mass Choir led the service with a rendition of Amazing Grace
The Blackwood Brothers Quartet performed for the service on Sunday
Singer Axl Rose performed November Rain in Lisa Marie Presley's memory
Singer Alanis Morissette performed Rest in Lisa Marie Presley's memory
Billy Corgan sang To Sheila on acoustic guitar at the memorial service
Lisa Marie Presley, 54, was last seen in public on January 10 (above) at the Golden Globes
Lisa Marie did not want the memorial service to be sad, film producer Joel Weinshanker said as the service began Sunday morning.
'Lisa we will try to honor you,' he said, 'try to honor your wishes.'
Former Memphis Mayor AC Wharton also shared how Lisa Marie 'was the jewel of this city.'
'Lisa Marie was all Memphis,' he said. 'She belonged to us, and we belonged to her.'
Wharton added that Lisa Marie's 'spirit will liv in a collective memory of a city that loved her tenderly, loved her truly and loved her fully.'
Her coffin was on display to the public during the celebration of life at the family's Graceland estate, and fans were allowed to view Lisa Marie's headstone, where they could leave flowers or other offerings,