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Riley Keough Reveals Tattoo In Honor of Late Brother Benjamin

Actress Riley Keough paid tribute to her late brother Benjamin on Tuesday (July 28) in an Instagram Story featuring home videos of the siblings on vacation together and a shot of her new collarbone tattoo in his honor. Benjamin, son of Lisa Marie Presley and grandson of the late Elvis Presley, died by suicide on July 12 at age 27.

After giving a glimpse of what appeared to be her name tattooed on his shoulder, Riley debuted her fresh ink, which features Benjamin Storm in cursive on her right collarbone. The short video clips in her Story find the brother and sister hanging in a hotel room laughing about room service and chilling on top of a mountain in to Kyoto, Japan.

Keough, 31, has posted a series of pictures and videos of her hanging out with Benjamin over the past week, providing a loving window into their close relationship. “Mornings are the hardest,” she captioned one post, which featured several photos of the siblings together. “I forget you’re gone. I can’t cry because of the fear that I will never stop. A pain that’s new to me.”

See the video tribute here.

 

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