Nicolas Cage says he is “heartbroken” by the death of Lisa Marie Presley after it was announced his ex-wife will be buried at the elegant estate she inherited from her father Elvis Presley.
The 54-year-old died in hospital She suffered cardiac arrest at her home in Calabasas, California, on Thursday.
He took his own life at the age of 27, less than three years after the death of her son, Benjamin Keough.
Writing for People Magazine in 2022, PresleyThe only son of rock legend Elvis Presley said she felt “devastated” by his death.
She will be buried next to the meditation garden at the Memphis mansion, her representatives said.
Elvis and the rest of his family are also buried in the garden.
The announcement came amid an influx of tributes to Presley, who died two days after celebrating the success of actor Austin Butler. Golden Globes.
She and her mother Priscilla Presley support Butler at the gala after becoming a star Elvis Presley That earned him Best Actor in a Drama for a 2022 biopic.
The Tragic Life of Lisa Marie Presley
“Lisa has the best smile”
Leading the second day of mourning was Presley’s third husband, Nicolas Cage.
“This is devastating news,” he said.
“Lisa has the best laugh I’ve ever seen. She lights up every room and I’m so sad.
“I take some comfort in believing she is reunited with her son Benjamin.”
Presley and Cage, who enjoy a solo music career, were married from 2002 until their divorce in 2004.
Before that, she was married to musician Danny Kiaf, with whom she has son Benjamin and daughter Riley, as well as pop icon Michael Jackson.
Her fourth and final marriage was to her producer, Michael Lockwood, from 2006 until 2021. The couple have twin daughters named Finley, Aaron Love Lockwood and Harper, Vivienne Lockwood.
‘I say hello to you every day’
In another tribute on Friday, Baz Luhrmann, the director of last year’s Elvis film, said Presley’s death “shocked people all over the world.”
The Duchess of York described Presley as a “loyal friend” and said the singer would be “in my heart”.
Sarah Ferguson shared a photo of them embracing each other, writing: “I say hello to you every day, I love you my sissy and I will continue to say hello to you every day.”
Presley was four when her parents divorced and nine when her father died at age 42, leaving behind a mother and three daughters.