Austin Butler describes Riley Keough as “strong” after losing her mother, Lisa Marie Presley.

In the movie “Elvis,” Austin Butler plays Elvis Presley, and everyone, especially the Elvis family, has praised his performance.

Lisa Marie Presley’s daughter, Riley Keough, has been one of the most vocal supporters of Butler’s performance.

She has given the actor much support as he prepares for this big trip because she saw how well he played her grandfather.

Keough said she had never seen an actor their age work so hard and be so dedicated. She was talking about Butler.

She said that the Presleys’ approval made his achievement more vital to him, which made it sad when Lisa Marie died in January.

Keough paid tribute to her mother on Instagram, posting a photo of the two of them alongside a touching statement about her mother’s death.

Riley Keough has had a spectacular acting career, featuring in critically praised films such as “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “American Honey.”

She is currently poised to star in the upcoming miniseries “Daisy Jones & The Six,” and Austin Butler has praised her courage in the face of adversity, specifically her mother’s death.

He has praised her for being brave and committed to the initiative. He has also said that she has shown admirable persistence in her personal life.

After her mother died, Keough returned to the spotlight to talk about her new show. She talked about her terrible experience over the last two years, saying how much it meant to her and her family.

Her good friend Butler (and many others) looks forward to seeing what this initiative will bring.

Gerard Butler praised his colleague, Riley Keough, when discussing their forthcoming movie. He praised her for her performance in the show and her extraordinary courage and resilience.

He proudly admired the great performer, looking forward to the upcoming production. This effort has received tremendously good feedback, and Butler is excited to see how it turns out.

Butler fights hard for his co-star, just like she did for him. This is a sign of their closeness as friends and a testament to their similarity.