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Meet Elvis Presley's Grown-Up Grandson Who Looks Just like His Famous Grandfather

Comfort Omovre
Apr 16, 2019
04:13 A.M.
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Benjamin Storm Keough Presley is the spitting image of the favorite rock and roll musician, Elvis Presley. One can say that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree, as both men share striking features.


The admirable young man, uploaded a post in 2013, in the picture he looked like a younger version of his grandad. Born to Lisa Marie Presley, and Danny Keough on October 21, the chap also has the same color of eyes as his mother.


In an interview, his mom claimed that she is always astonished whenever she stares at him and that he reminds her a lot of her dad.

With this look he has outstanding popularity, recently when he went for a concert, the whole place went bizarre, as people lobbied to have him featured in photos.

Riley Keough and Ben Smith-Petersen at the 2019 Film Independent Spirit Awards | Photo: Getty Images


Elvis Presley's grandkids have been in the spotlight for a while. Years ago, his granddaughter, Riley was believed to have been dating "Twilight" star, Robert Pattison, but the news was fallacious, as she tied the knot with fiancee Ben Smith Peterson, that same year.

The whole family tries not to be involved in disgraceful acts that will taint their legendary’s granddad's name. Their grandmother, Priscilla Presley, expressed that she has trust in her grandkids, but is scared of an unrelated imitator that may truncate what her husband stood for.

Wedding Photos of Elvis Presley to Priscilla | Photo: Getty Images


In her words:

“A fine specimen of a man. Elvis had a lot of dignity. He had class."

His family is upholding the ideas of grandpa Elvis, the King of rock n’ roll was quite popular in the 60s,  before Michael Jackson's moonwalk surfaced.

Rock and roll singer Elvis Presley performs on stage | Photo: Getty Images


It was not only his life on camera that caught everyone's attention. He had a lot going on in his personal life, which was pretty impressive. His fame earned him the love from a large number of female fans, and they bought him teddy bears as an expression of their love.

Not only did grandpa Elvis receive love from people around, but he also gained affection from pets. He had a  chimpanzee who became famous for his mischief and was seen everywhere with the pop star.

He lived in a big house in Tennessee and was surrounded mostly by his pets. His love for animals made him accrue a lot of them, from dogs to geese, and horses. He had so much that he gave them out to fans.