It's undeniable that Lisa Marie Presley inherited a lot of her dad’s good genes. You can’t look at a photo of her without seeing Elvis’ smoldering eyes and playful smirk staring back at you. It turns out, she passed those traits on to her son, too.
While celebrating her oldest daughter, Riley Keough, for her 30th birthday, Presley shared a sweet photo of her with all her children, Riley, Benjamin Keough, 26, and 10-year-old twins Finley and Harper Lockwood. Fans couldn’t help but immediately notice how much Benjamin looks like his grandpa!
You can see traces of the King in all of his grandkids, but Benjamin would definitely make you do a double take if you saw him walking down the street. If he wasn’t in his twenties, you might be convinced those rumors and conspiracies about Elvis being alive and well were true! That might also be why Benjamin seems to steer clear of the spotlight more than his big sis. With a face like that, Elvis fans would be hounding him all the time if they got the chance!
Regardless of genetics, it’s also just so heartwarming to see how close Presley is with her children. She also posted a video from the same gathering of Riley listening carefully to her mom’s rendition of “Tiny Dancer.” The classic Elton John song clearly means a lot to the whole family, but Riley didn’t have a clue there was a surprise waiting for her. When the chorus begins, her two young sisters start singing along with their mom. Hit play to see her precious response when they join in:
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@rileykeough surprise Bday present from me and the girls was to record Riley and mines song together (tiny dancer by @Elton john of course) which was emotional enough. But the bigger surprise was when the chorus kicks in of her sisters singing w me. See Video of her totally Raw reaction. Hope you enjoy watching 😀👍
Elvis obviously passed down a lot more than his looks to future generations — a love of music and family. We hope they share more of these adorable moments with the rest of us!
This article originally appeared on our sister site, Woman's World.