Riley Keough has been hard at work on her upcoming new miniseries Under The Bridge, which she serves as both Lead Actress and Executive Producer.
Now in the post-production phase of the true crime drama, the actress and granddaughter of rock ‘n’ roll icon Elvis Presley has been able to enjoy a little downtime with husband Ben Smith-Petersen.
It appears that the couple, who have now been married for more than eight years, are looking for a new home or are simply looking for a new property.
They were spotted visiting Rodeo Realty in the Calabasas neighborhood of Los Angeles on Thursday and then made their way to a local Erewhon market for some lunch in the afternoon hours.
The Santa Monica native, whose family has roots in Memphis, Tenn. and whose famous grandfather is concerned, looked like a radiant southern beauty dressed in a white floor-length dress with jagged detailing on the shoulder straps and bust.
Country style: Riley Keough, 34, resembled a radiant Southern belle dressed in a white dress with jagged trimmings on the chest and shoulder straps
The Girlfriend Experience star emerged from the market with her lunch in a to-go container in one hand and a cold coffee or fruit drink in the other.
For a busy but casual day, she wore black ballet flats with a strap across each foot and a large brown patterned handbag slung over her right shoulder.
Keough is known to have a penchant for changing the color of her hair. She currently wears striking red locks that she has pulled back from her face in a loose ponytail, over her ears and with a center parting.
Petersen, 32, showed off his bulging biceps in a black Harley-Davidson tank top, which he paired with tan shorts that showed off his tattoos and black Vans trainers.
The actor and stuntman also donned a blue baseball cap over his dark brown hair while carrying a brown bag full of groceries, as well as his own to-go box for lunch and bottled drinks.
After browsing the store and getting their groceries done, the two made the short walk back to their parked vehicle and then continued on to their next destination.
In early August, Keough officially became the new owner of Graceland, Elvis Presley’s former home until his death in 1977, which has been open to the public as a museum since June 1982.
In a Friday, Aug. 4 court ruling, a Los Angeles judge appointed Keough sole administrator of her late mother Lisa Marie Presley’s estate, which includes the iconic Memphis estate that draws more than 650,000 visitors annually.
Lunchtime: Keough and his husband Ben Smith-Petersen stopped by a market to pick up lunch and some other groceries after stopping by a real estate agency in Calabasas
New role: The actress is set to star in the upcoming ‘Under the Bridge’ limited series, following the success of her leading lady in the ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ miniseries
She inherited the property after her mother’s unexpected death last January at the age of 54.
But three weeks later, Lisa Marie Presley’s mother, Priscilla Presley, filed court documents alleging there were “problems with the authenticity and validity” of a 2016 amendment involving Riley, her half-sisters Harper and Finley Lockwood, and her late brother Benjamin Keough were appointed as heirs to the estate.
The legal matter was eventually settled privately in May, resulting in the “Daisy Jones & The Six” star being named a beneficiary of the Graceland estate.
“The families are happy,” shared Priscilla Presley’s attorney, Ronson J. Shamoun, as reported by CNN. “Everyone is happy, united, together and excited for the future.”
Initial reports attributed Lisa Marie’s death to cardiac arrest, but the Los Angeles County Coroner has since announced that she died of complications from a blockage in the small intestine. The constipation was a result of adhesions caused by weight loss surgery she underwent a few years ago page six.
As of December last year, Keough directed eight episodes for the upcoming limited series Under the Bridge, which also stars Izzy G, Chloe Guidry, Ezra Faroque Khan, Archie Panjabi, Vritika Gupta, Javon Walton, Aiyana Goodfellow and Lily Gladstone.
The king’s estate: Keough inherited Graceland estates in Memphis, Tennessee after her mother, Lisa Marie Presley, died unexpectedly last January at the age of 54
Family matters: Three weeks after Lisa Marie Presley’s death in January, her mother, Priscilla Presley, filed court documents alleging there were “problems with the authenticity and validity” of a 2016 amendment involving Riley, her half-sisters Harper and Finley Lockwood were appointed. and her late brother Benjamin Keough as heirs to the estate; the matter has since been resolved in May; Riley and Priscilla are pictured with their two younger sisters
The story is based on Rebecca Godfrey’s 1997 book about the true story of a 14-year-old boy who went to a party with friends and never returned home. Seven teenage girls and one boy have been charged with a grisly murder.
The actress is on the rise following the critical and commercial success of the miniseries Daisy Jones & The Six, which also stars Sam Claflin, Camila Morrone, Suki Waterhouse, Will Harrison, Josh Whitehouse, Sebastian Chacon, Nabiyah Be and Tom Wright and Timothy Olyphant.
Developed by Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber and based on the 2019 novel of the same name by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Keough plays Daisy Jones, the lead singer and songwriter of a rock band in the 1970s since their rise on the LA music scene as they evolved to one of the most famous bands in the world and eventually failed.
The musical drama, which premiered on Amazon Prime Video last March, received multiple nominations at the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Limited or Anthology Series, Outstanding Lead Actress in A Limited or Anthology Series Or Movie for Keough, and “Outstanding Supporting Daughter in”. A limited series or anthology series or movie for Morrone.