Amanda Knox announces birth of the first child. ! !

"I'm so grateful to everyone who has wished [husband Christopher Robinson] and I well on our journey to parenthood," Knox wrote on Instagram.


Amanda Knox, who was jailed by Italy and later cleared in the killing of the murder of her British roommate, has announced that she was expecting her first child on social media , and in an New York Times article.

Knox 34-year-old Knox posted the day before her Instagram on the occasion of the birth of their daughter along with the man she is married to, Christopher Robinson.

In an article in the New York Times article published on Friday night Knox stated that the girl was named Eureka-Muse Knox-Robinson.

"I'm so grateful to everyone who has wished [Robinson] and I well on our journey to parenthood. Thank you for believing in us," Knox posted on Instagram. Knox claimed that the picture she posted, which showed her holding Eureka as a baby, will be the only picture of her baby she posts on social media.

In a statement sent to NBC News, Knox said her annulled conviction in Italy brought her into public attention, and that wasn't the way she had hoped for.

"I have no legal recourse to prevent the tabloids from writing about my wedding, or the birth of my child, which are not newsworthy subjects in the public interest. That means I'm trapped with few good options. I can remain as silent as possible, knowing there will be a paparazzi bounty on my daughter's head, and let them be the only ones writing about MY life experience, framing it however they wish," she added. "Or I can tell a better story about my experience, a more intimate and vulnerable one."

Knox revealed that she'd published an audio-only miniseries of three episodes called "Labyrinths," about the real-life challenges of having children.

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Knox stated that she's capable of telling the story of her pregnancy through her own words about "Labyrinths" -- not one that was designed exclusively for her. Knox concluded her speech by saying she had been "off limits" to the media.

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"Her life is her own, and she is not your content. She deserves to have her privacy respected in the way that mine never was," she stated.

Knox as well as Raffaele Sollecito who was her then-boyfriend was found guilty in the murder of her friend, Meredith Kercher, a British student in 2007. After a second trial and a number of debates the Italian supreme court threw out Knox's convictions on the 15th of May in 2015.