Where Is Amanda Knox Now: In a letter to her friend Madison Paxton sent while Amanda Knox was still imprisoned in Italy for the killing of her roommate Meredith Kercher, Knox expressed her desire to work with the Innocence Project, become a translator, and start a family.
She has fulfilled at least two of her ambitions after going home in 2011 after being exonerated, as evidenced by her announcement that she gave birth to a daughter in October 2021. To learn more about Amanda’s current situation and how her life has changed after being released, keep reading.
Where Is Amanda Knox Now
Knox currently lives in Washington State with her family, where she works with her husband on a podcast series called “Labyrinths.”
Who Is Amanda Knox’s Husband?
In 2015, the activist began dating poet and two-book author Christopher Robinson. The joyful pair were hitched in February 2020. The ceremony, which took place on Leap Day, was somewhat out of the ordinary because the couple’s guests didn’t wear traditional wedding dresses.
The Truth About True Crime with Amanda Knox, a podcast that Amanda hosted for four seasons, was also produced by Christopher. A podcast about people traversing their own personal labyrinths in life, “Labyrinths,” is now cohosted by the dynamic team. According to the description of the program,
“Amanda Knox and her partner Christopher Robinson dig into stories of becoming lost and finding yourself again via empathetic interviews, philosophical rants, and lively discussion with intriguing individuals.”
Amanda Knox Announces Pregnancy in August 2021
One month after having a miscarriage, Amanda and her husband Christopher revealed in August 2021 that they were expecting their first child together. The Seattle native revealed on her “Labyrinths” podcast, “That’s right, we’re pregnant, and we’ve been capturing audio of our personal experience from day one. Keep an eye out for our upcoming miniseries, 280 days, in which we take you along on a personal journey from conception to birth.
On October 22, Amanda announced the birth of her daughter and provided her name. The podcaster said in an interview with The New York Times that she and Christopher had decided on the name Eureka for their infant, who is also the couple’s first child together. “I will say I’m delighted to not have to keep pretending not to be a mom,” she said. Amanda posted a mother-daughter image on Instagram, claiming it was “the only one of her I would ever put on social media.”