Amanda Knox has given her birth to a baby girl. She has also revealed the news to her podcast listeners.

Knox, 34, and Christopher Robinson, 39, welcomed Eureka Muse Knox–Robinson’several month ago’, she said to The New York Times.

Knox explained that Robinson, who was married in 2020 in time travel-themed ceremonies, wanted to keep their baby’s arrival secret. She documented her pregnancy in Labyrinths and kept the birth secret. 

Knox said, speaking to the paper at their home on Vashon island near Seattle, Washington State, that he was still nervous about the paparazzi bounty placed on her head.

“I will admit that I am excited to no longer pretend not to be a mother. 

“Cause it’s just like, my brain’s just there.

Amanda Knox is pictured with her newborn daughter, Eureka Muse. The little girl was born several months ago, Knox told The New York Times in an interview published on Friday

Amanda Knox is seen here with Eureka Muse her newborn daughter. Knox, who spoke to The New York Times about the birth of her little girl Eureka Muse on Friday, said that she was only a few months old.

Amanda Knox and Christopher Robinson, a poet and novelist, have welcomed a daughter, Eureka. The couple married last year

Christopher Robinson and Amanda Knox welcomed their daughter Eureka. The couple got married last year

Amanda Knox, now 34, is pictured in 2008 during her trial in Perugia, Italy, for the murder of Meredith Kercher. She was convicted and spent four years in prison, but then had her conviction overturned

Amanda Knox, now 34, is seen in 2008 as she was being tried in Perugia, Italy for the murder Meredith Kercher. She was convicted, and she spent four years in prison. However, her conviction was overturned.

Knox and her then-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, 36, were convicted of Kercher's murder in 2009 before being acquitted, convicted again and then finally definitely cleared in 2015. Pictured: The former couple in 2007, shortly after Kercher's body was found

Knox and Raffaele, her ex-boyfriend, were convicted of Kercher’s murder in 2009. They were acquitted and convicted again in 2015. Pictured: The former couples shortly after Kercher was found dead in 2007.

Knox is pictured in a courtroom in Perugia in October 2011, when she was fighting her conviction for Kercher's murder

Knox in Perugia, October 2011 as she was fighting Kercher’s murder conviction

Knox stated to the paper that she was still trying to find the right balance between liking fame and making enough money to live.

The photo was taken from her New York Times Instagram profile. She captioned it with: “Since my exoneration I’ve struggled reclaim my identity, and protect the people that I love from being used as tabloid content. 

“It’s not easy and I often feel like a fraud trying to make good choices from bad whole cloth. 

“I am aware that I cannot protect my daughter 100% from the treatment I have received, but I am doing my best to help her. 

“Which explains why this will be her only photo I ever share on social networks. I am so grateful to everyone who wished @emceecarbon well on her journey to parenthood. 

“Thank you for believing” 

Knox met Robinson when she interviewed him for her local newspaper, The West Seattle Herald, shortly after her final acquittal in 2015

Knox met Robinson shortly following her final acquittal in 2015.

Knox spent four years in Perugia jail for the murder her British roommate Meredith Kercher. She was found dead in their house in November 2007.

In December 2009, she was sentenced to 28 years and one-half years. An appeals court ruled that the legal procedures had been broken and that there was no DNA to link her and her then-boyfriend Raffaele.

Meredith Kercher was sexually assaulted and stabbed to death in November 2007 while studying abroad in Perugia, in a case that garnered huge media attention

Meredith Kercher was stabbed to death and sexually assaulted in November 2007 while she was studying abroad in Perugia. This case received a lot of media attention.

Rudy Guede from the area was convicted after his DNA was discovered on Kercher’s body as well as in the room where Kercher died. He was sentenced in 2008 to 16 years imprisonment, but was released in December 2020. He will continue his sentence by doing community work.  

Knox was tried in absentia again, convicted again and finally, the conviction was overturned by Italy’s highest court in 2015.

Knox, who wrote Waiting To Be Heard in 2013, received an advance of $3.8 Million.

Curt, her accountant father, said that only $200,000 was left after Knox had paid her legal expenses; PR; the three mortgages her grandfather, father, and grandmother took out in order to fund the fight; as well as a loan for Deanna (her younger sister who dropped out of school during the battle).

Knox and Robinson survive on the podcast at the moment, but they are pitching a movie adaptation of her memoir, as well as a TV project about wrongful imprisonment and a new novel.

They also are considering, the paper reported, a series of NFTs out of famous tabloid covers with Knox’s face on them. 

Robinson is a novelist, poet, and is currently working on a scifi book and a nonfiction work about evolution, the future, psychedelics.