Riley Keough made her first public appearance since her mother’s death, Lisa Marie Presley, a month ago and was accompanied by her husband, Ben Smith-Petersen, who stayed at her side throughout the ceremony.

The lovely actress made her public debut at the Los Angeles premiere of her new miniseries Daisy Jones & the Six, where she paid tribute to her grandfather Elvis Presley.

The actress indeed went all out for her appearance at the series premiere, which took place in Los Angeles.

For the “1970s glam” event, the 33-year-old looked magnificent in a black top with a plunging low cut and a sequined skirt.

The actress completed her daring Schiaparelli Haute Couture ensemble with black gloves, similar to those the Princess of Wales wore over the weekend, pointed-toe stilettos, and a couple of stunning pear-shaped emerald earrings.

Her husband Ben was always there for her, dressed in all black to match her.

The couple just celebrated their wedding anniversary; they married on February 4, 2015, and the beautiful photos were published in the media. Their wedding anniversary was recently celebrated.

Riley and Ben then quietly became parents to a daughter, which they revealed after Lisa Marie passed away.

Ben startled everyone on January 22 at Lisa Marie Presley’s burial service at Graceland by announcing the news while reading a letter from his wife.

“Thank you for showing me that love is the only thing that matters in this world.” “I have high expectations that I will be able to love my daughter as you did my brothers and sisters and myself,” Riley Keough said.

“I want to thank you for giving me the attributes of strength, heart, empathy, courage, sense of humor, manners, ferocity, wildness, and tenacity. My sisters and brother are also products of your love. We are all products of the love we have in our hearts.”

Lisa Marie only had one granddaughter, Riley’s daughter. The singer, who was the only child of Elvis Presley and his widow, Priscilla Presley, died on January 12 at the age of 54 after collapsing. He was his parents’ only kid.