Riley Keough, most well known as the granddaughter to legendary artist Elvis Presley, “The King Of Rock & Roll”. The just-turned 31-year-old actress took to Instagram to celebrate her birthday by posting a picture of herself… in her birthday suit.
“The Girlfriend Experience” actress is extremely beautiful. She has received praise from fans on countless occasions after sporting different clothing brands or showing off some skin on Instagram.
In addition to working on her career extensively, she takes time to better herself as a mother and wife.
Riley married Ben Smith-Petersen in 2015 and they currently have 1 child. The photo in question was shot on their driveway in California. A beautiful view can be seen (not that view) of lush trees and a well-kept lawn in the background. Their house is also quite cozy and reflects the sun well.
The “American Honey” star herself can be seen wearing nothing more than a pair of socks and sandals while lying down on what looks like a flexible bench. She finished her birthday look with a pair of sunglasses.
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time that Riley has been seen showing off some skin. Several posts have been found on her Instagram with varying degrees of nudity. (And ironically seem to have a proportionate response rate from fans)
Another instance where the star went completely bare was in one of her movies “Under The Silver Lake”. The star posted a picture from the movie with a humorous caption.
Usually, the updates on her social profile are less risque, however, and more focused on activities that Keough enjoys. Specifically yoga and swimming.
During an interview with TheGuardian it was revealed that Riley was not ashamed of her famous family tree in the slightest. Having Elvis Presley as her grandfather was something that she took pride in: “Why should I? It’s a fact. And I’m not ashamed of that in any way.”
Although she has nothing but good things to say about her rockin’ grandparent, she never had the chance to meet him. Ironically however, she never felt an affinity to become a musician despite having studied the piano rather extensively.
Shockingly, Riley never finished High School, having what she called an inner anti-authoritarian inside of her which caused her to bail her formal education. She regretted doing this however, as it cut her off from a part of her earlier life.
This wasn’t an action her parents stopped her from doing though, since Riley showed initiative in her early acting career:
“They couldn’t say, ‘You need your diploma,’ because I booked my first audition really quickly. But with hindsight it was stupid. High school is important.”