A little angel with ice eyes for the “angel with the ice eyes”!
Amanda Knox (34), who gained worldwide fame for a murder trial, became a mother for the first time. The American announced this in her podcast.
The baby is a girl and is called Eureka. The name is derived from the Greek and is attributed to the famous mathematician Archimedes. The exclamation means something like “I found it”. Eureka is also the motto of the US state of California.
The child’s father is Amanda Knox’s husband, Christopher Robinson (39). They have been together since 2015, and the two married three years later.
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Christopher Robinson and Amanda Knox became parentsFoto: AFP via Getty Images
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In the podcast “Labyrinths”, the 34-year-old now revealed the baby news. Only recently, the couple had revealed in their own place that their love had to deal with a miscarriage months earlier. In a later episode, Amanda Knox took a pregnancy test during admission, which came back positive. The result is the little Eureka.
Fans and some media speculate that the child has been in the world for several months. In the only picture that Amanda Knox wants to show publicly of her child, the girl, wrapped in a pink sweater, has a striking amount of hair.
Amanda Knox achieved worldwide fame after a murder trial in Italy. In 2009, she and her then boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito (now 37) were found guilty of killing their fellow student Meredith Kercher († 21) two years earlier. The media baptized “angel with the eyes of ice” was imprisoned for 26 years.
The case went through several instances, Amanda Knox was behind bars for a total of four years. In 2015, the Italian Supreme Court finally acquitted the two defendants. The judges criticized numerous procedural errors.
The American now works as a journalist and is committed to helping people who were wrongly imprisoned.
Rudy Guede (35) was convicted for the murder of the student Meredith Kercher. The sentence was 16 years imprisonment, of which he was allowed to serve in the last few years as a community service provider.