Fans were heartbroken as Lisa Marie Presley remembered her son, Benjamin Keough as it would have been his 28th birthday. Keough committed suicide at the age of 27 and his family members remembered the young man on his birthday and mourned his absence.
Lisa Marie Presley Remembered Her Late Son, Benjamin Keough On His 28th Birthday
Benjamin Keough was known by fans for his resemblance to his grandfather, the legendary iconic figure Elvis Presley. Lisa posted a picture of her late son and penned down a heart-breaking post saying that she would never be the same with her son. As she remembers her son, she says that he was too good for the world and this pain is really suffocating for her. Here’s the beautiful yet poignant post.
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My beautiful beautiful angel, I worshipped the ground you walked on, on this earth and now in Heaven. My heart and soul went with you. The depth of the pain is suffocating and bottomless without you every moment of every day. I will never be the same. Please wait for me my love, and hold my hand while I stay to continue to protect and raise your little sisters and to be here for Riley. I know you would want that. Happy Birthday my sweet sweet Boy. You were much too good for this world. 😞💔
Benjamin’s sister Riley Keough also remembered her brother on his birthday and wished him with a caption that said happy birthday, beautiful Angel. Musician Trev Lukather also remembered Benjamin on his birthday and urge people to return the call or text and reach out when someone needs you. He also says that he misses his brother Ben everyday.
Musician Trev Lukather Encouraged People To Reach Out While Remembering Benjamin
Lisa had a special bond with her son and opened up about how the resemblance he bore with his grandfather was so uncanny that everyone would be shocked! She also remembered him on Mother’s Day and remembered how they both got matching Celtic eternity knot tattoos as well.
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Happy Birthday to my brotha Ben who I miss everyday! This year has been life changing. For the good, and for the bad. Losing Ben was by far the biggest loss I’ve ever experienced. It just proves how fragile life is and the appreciation you should have for all of your dear, real, and close friends. Return the text, call or just reach out. You never know what even the closest to you are going through. Love you brotha Ben ♥️ Miss you everyday. Flying with the Angels on your 28th. We’ll hang again one day. Until then, just keep looking out for us as you do.
Benjamin’s death was indeed a a huge loss for his family and friends who remembers him every single day. His place in the family will always be irreplaceable and his absence will be mourned by his loved ones.