Riley Keough shares a photo of her late mom Lisa Marie Presley and her brother Benjamin: “I miss you both”

The actress paid tribute to her late mother and brother with a throwback photo on the third anniversary of Benjamin’s death and Presley’s sixth birthday.

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Riley Keough remembers her late mother and brother on a poignant day.

Tuesday marked the third anniversary of the death of the actress’ brother, Benjamin Keough, who died by suicide on July 12, 2020, at age 27. Tuesday also marked six months since the death of Riley and Benjamin’s mother, Lisa Marie Presley, earlier this year. She was 54 years old.

Riley, 34, shared a throwback black and white photo of her mother and younger brother to her Instagram story. The snap featured Benjamin as a child, posing behind Presley as he pulled off a silly expression for the camera.

“I miss you both,” Riley wrote, adding a red heart emoji.

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During an interview with PEOPLE in December, Riley explained how his titular Daisy Jones and the six character reminded him of his mother.

“My mom is definitely an inspiration to me,” Keough said at the time, calling Lisa Marie a “very strong, smart woman.” She added, “I was raised by someone who did her own thing and didn’t really care what other people thought. She really inspired me.”

The year before, Riley said The New York Times about the difficult time she went through in the months following Benjamin’s death. She described it in part as “a year where I felt like I was thrown into the ocean and didn’t know how to swim.”

In October, Riley remembered Benjamin on what would have been his 30th birthday, sharing a photo of herself and her younger brother wearing matching blue striped outfits as kids.

“You would be 30 today. Happy birthday my best friend, my angel,” the actress wrote in her caption. “This world is strange without you ❤️”

Related: Riley Keough Shares Family Photo of Mom Lisa Marie Presley One Week After Her Death

Despite the heaviness of the day, Tuesday also brought a pair of happy events for Riley, including the premiere of her directorial debut. war pony‘s trailer, which PEOPLE revealed exclusively.

The actress also picked up her first Emmy nomination: a nod to Outstanding Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her lead role in Daisy Jones and the six.

“I feel so blessed,” Riley wrote on Instagram of her nomination, adding a praying hands emoji. “Thank you @televisionacad.”

Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s 2019 book of the same name, the Prime Video series adaptation also earned a Camila Morrone nod, as well as an Outstanding Limited Series nomination.

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