Priscilla Presley is still grieving over her daughter’s death, Lisa Marie Presley, in January. “It is with a heavy heart that I must convey the devastating news that my beautiful daughter Lisa Marie has left us,” Priscilla said in January, hours after reports that Lisa Marie was transported to a California hospital appeared.

Priscilla has since filed court proceedings challenging the legitimacy of her daughter’s will. “The signature is inconsistent with Lisa Marie Presley’s regular and customary signature,” according to court documents acquired.

According to a follow-up claim, Priscilla and her granddaughter Riley Keough are “not talking” until the legalities play out. “Their connection is changing, and it’s pretty sad.”

According to a source, Riley would need her grandmother at this point. While awaiting the case’s outcome, the two women appear to concentrate on their different careers.

Fans know that Keough attended the February 24 launch of her new Amazon Prime Video limited TV series, “Daisy Jones & The Six,” alongside her husband, Ben Smith-Petersen, but her grandma was absent.

On the other hand, Priscilla hasn’t ceased living her life, even though she and Keough are at odds. She is advancing her career and has agreed to become more intimately involved in a new project.

In Agent Elvis, Priscilla Presley played a significant part.

Priscilla Presley collaborated with John Eddie to produce the animated series “Agent Elvis.” The Netflix series will star several well-known actors, including Matthew McConaughey, who will play Elvis Presley.

Christina Hendricks, Niecy Nash, Kieran Culkin, Don Cheadle, and Jason Mantzoukas are also attached to the show. It has already been announced that Priscilla will have a more significant role in the series, voicing herself.

Priscilla appears enthusiastic about the idea and has been posting on social media. “Very happy for Agent Elvis to premiere on @netflix on March 17th and so pleased to be a part of this incredible cast,” she tweeted on March 1.

On February 9, Priscilla expressed enthusiasm about McConaughey’s portrayal of her late husband. “We are thrilled to have Matthew McConaughey in the role of Agent Elvis in our upcoming Netflix animated series!”

“Elvis would have liked it! Okay, okay, okay,” she tweeted at the time. The series was ordered in 2019 and will premiere on March 17.