Elvis Presley's Daughter and Grandson Look Exactly Like Him


Although Elvis Presley died 40 years ago, the King of Rock and Roll still has many fans all over the world. Many even build a career around impersonating him.

Some people even believe Presley didn’t actually die, but instead lives on. Every once in awhile, people “see” him at gas stations, convenience stores, or on the street.

True, there are many people who may look like the King at first glance.

However, further inspection reveals many differences — proving that while many may try, they can never truly look like Elvis.

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Unless, of course, you happen to encounter one of Presley’s descendents. His daughter and grandson look exactly like him!

Lisa Marie Presley, the daughter of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, has always looked just like her father.

Now, her son, Benjamin Keough, is gaining attention for looking just like his grandfather!

Keough, like his mother, prefers to avoid the spotlight. For that reason, he is not photographed often.

Some photos of him have appeared online, and they show an uncanny resemblance! Many believe Keough is the spitting image of Elvis Presley.

At just 25 years old, Keough clearly has the signature pout of his grandfather. He also inherited the King’s baby blue eyes, another Presley trademark.

In fact, the resemblance is so uncanny that others find it overwhelming!

Lisa Marie told CMT in 2012 that everyone can’t help but notice the resemblance her son shares with her father.

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“He was at the Opry and was the quiet storm behind the stage! Everybody turned around and looked when he was over there,” she said.

She continued: “Everybody was grabbing him for a photo because [the resemblance] is just uncanny. Sometimes I am overwhelmed when I look at him.”

Elvis Presley may be gone, but his memory lives on in the hearts of his family and fans.

What do you think of their resemblance to the King?

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