Knox shared a photo of herself with her old Italian prison uniform while preparing for her next nuptials. She is ready to marry fiance Christopher Robinson in less than 40 days.
“I locked myself in the craft room and wore my old prison uniform,” he wrote in an Instagram post about his wedding preparations. “Literally, the same sweatshirt and sweatpants I lived in at Casa Circondariale Capanne, Perugia.”
Knox was convicted, later exonerated, for the murder of his British roommate, Meredith Kercher, while the two studied abroad in Perugia, Italy.
Seven years after an appeals court dismissed the conviction of the Seattle native, Knox became engaged to his novelist boyfriend, Robinson, in November 2018.
Last year, the couple requested donations to finance their space-themed ceremony, which they said would offer an “interactive theater” and “extravagant extraterrestrial food.” They encountered a violent reaction for their crowdfunding efforts.
Knox has largely embraced his past in a new role as a defender of criminal justice. She presents a true podcast about crimes and even returned to Italy in June for the first time since her exoneration to talk about unfair sentences.