This is Lisa Marie Presley’s biggest regret before she passed away.

A lot of people are thinking back on Lisa Marie Presley’s past, specifically, her romantic relationships, as the devastating news of her death is sending shockwaves through the entertainment industry in Hollywood.

In the past, Lisa Marie has been married several times to well-known figures, including legendary musician Michael Jackson. Among her other husbands are other notable figures. However, the public eye ultimately proved to be detrimental to Lisa Marie and Jackson’s relationship, as seen by the fact that they divorced after only two years of marriage. In an interview with the New York Times, Lisa Marie spoke about her decision to end her relationship with Michael Jackson in 1996.

She said, “I was still relatively young, and trying to decide what would be better for me: being with someone who doesn’t have anything, and then they get trampled and have no ego because they just become ‘Mr. Presley,’ or being with someone whose situation is comparable to mine.” Jackson and Lisa Marie had been married for five years.

In several important respects, Michael Jackson’s rise to popularity was strikingly similar to that of Lisa Marie Presley’s late father, Elvis Presley. After being married to Lisa Marie for more than a decade, Michael Jackson, unfortunately, shared the same tragic end as Elvis Presley. After he passed away, she acknowledged that she had a significant amount of regret for the dissolution of their marriage.

Lisa Marie Presley expressed her remorse over the fact that she did not intervene to prevent Michael Jackson from suffering the same destiny as her late father, Elvis Presley.

After Michael Jackson passed away in 2009, Elvis Presley disclosed in an open and honest blog post that he wrote on Myspace that MJ had expressed his anxiety that fame would take his life just like it had taken Elvis’ life many years before.

According to her reaction article, which was published on, she wrote, “I wanted to rescue him.’ I wanted to save him from the inevitable, which is what has just happened.” “Even though I deeply loved him and attempted to halt or reverse it in some way, the decision to walk away and let his destiny have him was one of the most difficult choices I have ever been forced to make. After the divorce, I went through a period of time where I couldn’t stop thinking about him and lamenting the things I should have done differently.”

It appeared that Lisa Marie expressed her sorrow at the burial of Michael Jackson, where she was pictured grieving alone next to the casket of her friend. After being asked in 2021 by Express if she found “peace” in that moment that was captured on tape, Lisa Marie stated, “It was more like I wanted to apologize for not being around.”