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Amanda Knox Gave Birth To A Baby Girl ‘Months Ago’ See 1st Photos Of Daughter Eureka

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Amanda Knox Updates: American author Amanda Knox and husband Christopher recently welcomed their first baby daughter. Couple Amanda and Christopher named their daughter EUREKA MUSE KNOX ROBINSON

The meaning of the name is when someone finds a precious thing and happiness sounds the person.

Of course, the daughter brought them the same kind of joy.

The 34-year-old author showed her worry regarding her daughter’s birth saying “I am still nervous about the paparazzi bounty on my daughter’s head” added “I will say I am excited to have to keep pretending not to be a mom. ’cause it’s like, my brain just there”

This became news after the New York Times interviewed on the final episode of the podcast, when fans and others were thinking about the pregnancy of Amanda, it was revealed she had already given birth to a baby girl months ago.

It is shocking for all of us but the 39-year-old poet, writer Christopher Robinson and Amanda Knox wanted to keep it hidden because they were not ready to share the news with the media.

They still have not told the media about the birth date of Eureka Knox Robinson.

the couple believed sharing the news early will only create chaos for them.

History of Amanda Knox

Amanda Knox

While studying in a foreign country, Perugia, Italy In 2007 she was accused of the murder of MEREDITH KERCHER, her roommate who was a British citizen.

Amanda had a boyfriend at that time RAFFAELE SOLLECITO, both of them were found guilty for the murder of Meredith Case in 2009.

Amanda was sentenced to serve 25 years in prison, but since her conviction was turned both of them were released in the year 2011, yet again the case went for trial, Amanda and Raffaele Sollecito were found guilty, both of them filed for appeal for acquittal.

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