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Elvis Presley's grandson takes mother Lisa Marie and granny Priscilla out clubbing in London
By Dominique Hines
We're used to seeing Britain's young royals frequenting London's trendiest nightclubs. But it was Hollywood royalty that partied in the capital last night.
Three generations of Presleys headed to Prince William and Harry's favourite party spot Mahiki and partied until the early hours.
Elvis's daughter Lisa Marie, ex wife Priscilla and lookalike grandson Benjamin chose the Mayfair venue for their family night out.
Rock royalty: Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie and grandson Benjamin partied at London's Mahiki last night
Spitting image: The 17-year-old, who looks similar to his famous grandfather, is hoping to launch a solo music career
After a night of heady partying until 3am Lisa Marie, who gave birth to twins last October, looked far from impressed when she exited the venue to a swarm of paparazzi photographers waiting outside.
Lisa swiftly followed in the footsteps of her former husband, the late Michael Jackson, by covering her face with her scarf and a large pair of shades.
But Priscilla, 63, looked as alert and glowing as ever proving that she could still keep up with a club filled with revelers half her age.
All shook up: The trio, which included Elvis's former wife Priscilla, stayed
out until 3am
Benjamin, 17, seemed to take the whole circus of attention in his stride, which will perhaps come in handy soon.
He is rumoured to have signed a $5 million five album deal.
When Benjamin was recently asked about the album at the Inspiration Awards for Women, at Cadogan Hall in Belgravia, he said: 'The music will be nothing like Elvis, nothing like him at all.'
His mother, 41, who married his father, Danny Keough, a musician, when she was 20 and divorced him in 1994, is also trying to jump start her solo career.
Going the distance: Priscilla, 63, showed she could keep up with revelers
half her age
Lisa Marie is now married to fourth husband, Michael Lockwood, a guitarist and music producer, has enlisted the help of Sheffield musician Richard Hawley to relaunch her music career.
She made a surprise appearance on stage during Hawley's concert at the 02 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London earlier this month.
The two have embarked on a songwriting partnership in which Lisa Marie writes the lyrics and Hawley the music.
They performed their first song Weary - a lilting rock ballad with Lisa Marie on vocals and Hawley on guitar.