Riley Keoughthe granddaughter of elvis presley Y Priscilla Presley and daughter of Lisa-Marie Presleyrecently made her directorial debut at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival. On the spot, where she attended a screening of her film war ponyRiley wore a sophisticated white Dior dress with a subtle animal print pattern.
Along with the elegant outfit, Riley also sported loose auburn hair and long bangs, with a face that closely resembles that of her mother and grandmother. However, Riley shared that Lisa Marie and Priscilla were unable to attend the 2022 Cannes Film Festival for undisclosed reasons.
The movie war pony is about “23-year-old Bill, an Oglala-Lakota native who sails and grows up on a reservation, while always trying to find his next hustle.” After the screening, the applause reportedly lasted for 6 minutes.
“We’re really thankful to be here,” Riley said. People. “This was a collaboration between all of us, and this is our entire film. I am very overwhelmed. I haven’t assimilated it all yet. It’s been wonderful… we’re just excited,” he added.
The screening also premiered the new film Elvisan upcoming biopic about the “Burning Love” singer starring austin butler. Austin and Priscilla made a surprise appearance together in 2022 with galawhere the two flaunted an all-black outfit.
The Cannes premiere of Riley’s film is not his first effort in the entertainment industry. An established actress, the 32-year-old has appeared in notable films such as The fugitives, Magic Mike, Y Mad Max: Fury Road. Following her family’s beauty traits, she also worked as a model, appearing in high-profile magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Y Mary Clare. She also married an Australian double. ben smith peterson at the young age of 25.
Despite success in her professional and personal life, Riley has also been through immense tragedy. his younger brother, Benjamin Keoughhe sadly died by suicide at the age of 27 in 2020. Riley later took to her official Instagram account to express her grief in a heartbreaking post, describing her late brother as “too sensitive for this harsh world.”