Elvis’ Granddaughter Riley Keough Puts Her Envious Legs on Full Display in a New Photo
The granddaughter of the legendary singer Elvis Presley, Riley Keough, is known for her stunning good looks. She recently showed off her stunning figure and legs on Instagram.
Riley followed her grandfather's footsteps and currently works as an actress, model, and producer. Many fans claim that Riley bears a striking resemblance to the late icon's former wife, Priscilla.
The young actress has worked on multiple projects over the years including a supporting role in "The Runaways." She also once worked with Channing Tatum and Sienna Miller.
The young star has also become known for her stunning looks and intriguing fashion choices. She recently took to social media site Instagram to share a stunning picture of herself.
The post showed Riley sprawled across a bed posing with a telephone. She kept her caption extremely short and simple using only two emojis; a red telephone and an SOS emoji.
Riley wore a black leotard with a sparkly black jersey. The outfit showed off her bare legs and contrasted perfectly with the white bedding on which she posed on.
On her feet, she wore shiny gunmetal combat boots. She stretched across the bed and held a black phone to her ear while looking away from the camera.
Fans flooded the post with adoration and love. More than fourteen thousand five hundred people liked the post and many also took to the comments. One wrote:
"You look like your Grandmother here when she did her modeling days!"
Riley grew up in Los Angeles and began acting in community theater. However, she revealed she always felt she was too shy for the entertainment industry.
Even though she wanted “a regular life” with “normal L.A. kid friends,” she landed modeling gigs for brands like Dior and Dolce & Gabbana while still in her teens. In 2010, she dropped out of high school and went on to land a role in "The Runaways."
She did not look back and went on to act in films like George Miller’s "Mad Max: Fury Road" and the horror movie "It Comes at Night."