Riley Keough kept a low profile with her 14-year-old twin sisters Finley and Harper Lockwood on Saturday as the trio caught an out-of-town flight at LAX.
As she prepared for a flight, the Daisy Jones And The Six star, 34, kept her signature red locks tied up in a loose, low ponytail.
Wearing an oversized off-white sweater, Riley kept things comfortable by completing her dressy ensemble with matching oversized sweatpants.
Elvis’ granddaughter’s airport ensemble was completed by a pair of crisp white tennis shoes.
She added a pop of color through her little red bag, which she slung over her shoulder.
Big sister first, star second: Riley Keough epitomized comfortable chic in a rare sighting with her twin sisters, Harper Lockwood and Finley Lockwood, as they took an out-of-town flight into LAX on Saturday
Quiet lady: When the Logan Lucky star was asked her thoughts on the ‘Taylor effect’, she simply replied with a giggle
In the City of Love: Later, Keough shared a selfie in bed while rocking a white tank top with the caption “Bonjour Paris”
Later, Keough shared a selfie in bed while rocking a white tank top with the caption “Bonjour Paris.”
The Girlfriend Experience lead actress has reportedly been extra protective of her younger siblings following the death of their mother Lisa Marie Presley.
A source said PEOPLE in March that the Santa Monica resident has been extra “protective” of Finley and Harper since their mother’s untimely death at the age of 54.
“Riley has always been close to her sisters…She wants the best for them,” the insider added.
Reportedly feuding with her grandmother, Priscilla Presley, 78, in the months that followed over Lisa’s estate – which included Elvis’ pride and joy, Graceland, Riley was eventually named as the sole administrator of her mother’s estate in August.
However, her legal victory came at a cost: she had to pay Priscilla $1 million, in addition to $400,000 in legal fees.
The Mad Max: Fury Road star opened up Vanity fair that same month about how she dealt with the “chaos” of family drama after her mother’s death.
Speaking about how the family felt, “We had the rug ripped out from under us,” the actress added, “We are a family, but there is a huge business side to our family as well.”
Despite the ongoing reports and rumors of a bitter feud with her famous grandmother, Riley said, “Things with Grandma will be happy… they’ve never been unhappy.”
Further demonstrating that any rift between the two had been mended, the mother of one called Priscilla a “beautiful woman” in the interview.
Delightful redhead: Harper and Finley’s protective older sister told Vanity Fair that things had always been ‘happy’ with her grandmother, Priscilla Presley: Seen Wednesday
Legal victory: The Lodge star now owns Graceland after a lengthy legal battle
United front: Despite reports of a feud, Priscilla and Riley joined forces to wish Harper and Finley after they graduated from high school
Like mother, like daughter: the statuesque film and television star said life was ‘chaos’ after the untimely death of her mother Lisa Marie Presley
As they were: Riley paid tribute to her late mother on Mother’s Day with a heartwarming throwback photo
Riley further paid tribute to Elvis’ wife, adding that all Priscilla wanted to do was: “Love and protect Graceland and the Presley family and the legacy.”
Now a mother herself – she welcomed daughter Tupelo Storm Smith-Petersen via surrogate, the ravishing red-headed A-lister joked that she thought she had chosen a unique baby name – until Baz Luhrmann’s biopic of her grandfather hit theaters.
“(I thought) this (baby name) is great because it’s not really a well-known word or name in relation to my family — it’s not like Memphis or anything,” she explained.
However, she pointed out that Baz Luhrmann’s 2022 film Elvis mentioned Tupelo several times.