She’s got her something old.
Amanda Knox pulled on her decade-old Italian prison uniform while prepping for her upcoming wedding.
The 32-year-old former tabloid sensation on Sunday posted a photo on Instagram of herself flexing in her Seattle home, sporting gray sweatpants, a patterned blue sweater and a beanie.
“40 days left until the wedding and 267 tasks left on the wedding To Do list,” Knox captioned the image. “I’ve locked myself in the craftroom and I’m wearing my old prison uniform.”
“Literally the very same sweatshirt and sweatpants I lived in in Casa Circondariale Capanne, Perugia,” she added, referring to the prison where she was locked up for four years.
Knox was studying abroad in Perugia, Italy in 2007 when she was accused of helping then-beau Raffaele Sollecito kill 21-year-old British roommate Meredith Kercher in a supposed sex game gone awry.
The pair were convicted, acquitted on appeal, then convicted and acquitted again.
The woman once dubbed “Foxy Knoxy” announced her engagement to Seattle-based writer Christopher Robinson in November 2018 by sharing a video of his space-themed proposal.
She and Robinson raised eyebrows over the summer when they asked for donations to help fund their nuptials, which are also set to be intergalactic-themed.
It also emerged that the pair were already legally married at the time, though they hadn’t yet had a wedding party.
Since settling back home, Knox has written a memoir and taken part in a Netflix documentary about her case. She also advocates for people wrongfully convicted of crimes and hosts a podcast.
Last January, Italy was ordered to pay Knox $21,000 in damages after the European Court of Human Rights found that her rights were violated when she wasn’t given an interpreter or access to a lawyer during a night of questioning about Kercher’s murder.
A man from the Ivory Coast named Rudy Hermann Guede is serving a 16-year sentence for Kercher’s rape and murder.