Lisa Marie Presley Denied Request to Take Daughters to Graceland
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For a third year in a row, the daughter of Elvis Presley fails to gain estranged husband Michael Lockwood's permission in bringing along their 10-year-old twins to her late father's home.

AceShowbiz - Lisa Marie Presley has been denied her request to take her kids to Graceland for a visit.

A judge has rejected her petition for permission to travel with her 10-year-old twin daughters, Harper and Finley, to her late dad Elvis Presley's home in Tennessee later this month.

According to The Blast, her estranged husband, Michael Lockwood, objected to her plans to attend an Elvis Week event honouring the life of the King of Rock and Roll at the estate in Memphis as the dates overlap with his court-ordered visitation time with their daughters.

In her legal documents, Lisa Marie insisted Lockwood objected because he didn't want the girls to be photographed, despite the fact they attended Elvis Week annually while the couple was together, and he produced a film featuring their kids.

In her petition, Presley stated she wanted to take the twins to Graceland so that they could "get an understanding and more familiarity of their grandfather and what he has contributed to the world".

This is the third consecutive year since the former couple's separation in 2016 that Lockwood has prevented his wife from taking the girls to Graceland for Elvis Week.

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