Priscilla Presley is reportedly struggling to cope with her daughter Lisa Marie Presley’s untimely death.

New Idea, in its Jan. 30 issue, claimed that Priscilla has been inconsolable since her daughter’s passing. And those close to her are worried that her health would deteriorate.

“Priscilla is inconsolable but she knows she has to pick up the pieces for Lisa Marie’s girls. It’s a lot to deal with for someone Priscilla’s age, but she insists she’s up to the task. Really, she doesn’t have a choice,” the source said.

The insider also claimed that Lisa Marie was going through a lot emotionally before she passed away. At the age of 9, she lost her dad, Elvis Presley, to a heart attack. At the time, the superstar was just in his 40s.

According to the source, even though it’s been years since Elvis died, Lisa Marie never really recovered from it.

Throughout her lifetime, Lisa Marie has also dealt with a series of failed relationships.

“Out of everything that happened to Lisa Marie in her short 54 years, the hardest thing was losing Benjamin. She fell apart completely. Priscilla fears she ultimately died of a broken heart,” the source said.

Following her death, Priscilla and Lisa Marie’s entire family decided to bury her in Graceland, where Elvis’ remains also lie. According to reports, Lisa Marie inherited the property from her dad in 1993 after she turned 25 years old.

After her death, the Graceland property will now be passed on to Lisa Marie’s three kids.

While it is true that Priscilla is still dealing with the death of her daughter, it is also important to note that she has been very resilient through it all. Even though it’s common knowledge that losing a loved one is very difficult, this is something that she has experienced decades ago after her husband died.

There is also no proof that Priscilla thinks Lisa Marie died of a broken heart. After all, this is a claim that cannot be proven just like that. And just days ago, Lisa Marie’s cause of death was finally released.

But according to CNN, the investigation and results gathered by the person that performed an autopsy on her decision to defer the announcement.

“There are things on an initial autopsy, trauma, stroke, significant infections, blood clots, pulmonary embolism. If you see those and they’re obvious within the initial physical autopsy, they may come back with a cause of death. But there are things that are deferred,” Dr. Sanjay Gupta said.