Priscilla Presley rushed to her daughter Lisa Marie Presley’s side after the 54-year-old reportedly went into cardiac arrest Thursday.
The widow of rock icon Elvis Presley was photographed arriving at a local hospital in Los Angeles after Lisa Marie suffered a medical emergency at her home in Calabasas, Calif., earlier in the day.
Priscila, 77, was seen making a quick dash to the entrance as she spoke with an unidentified male.
She was dressed in all dark colors with a plum shirt, black sweater, black pants and a black face mask.
Although most of her face was covered, her eyes appeared to show a stern and concerned look.
Lisa Marie’s condition is currently unknown.
Page Six has reached out to her and Priscilla’s reps for comment.
In the meantime, more family members have arrived at the hospital to show their support.
Ben Smith-Petersen, who is married to Lisa Marie’s daughter Riley Keough, was spotted Thursday consoling relatives outside of the entrance.
The stuntman, who was pictured in a trucker hat and casual navy blue outfit, gave warm hugs to other loved ones upon his arrival.
Earlier on Thursday, TMZ reported that paramedics had to perform CPR on Lisa Marie and administer epinephrine to her after her heart stopped beating suddenly.
The medics were fortunately able to revive her and get a pulse, before they transported the “Lights Out” singer to the hospital.
On Tuesday evening, Lisa Marie was seen out in public, seemingly in good health as she stepped out with Priscilla to support Austin Butler for his 2023 Golden Globe nomination for his role in “Elvis.”
The actor won the award for best performance in a drama and said in his speech, “Lisa Marie, Priscilla, I love you forever,” prompting the singer-songwriter to break down in tears.
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