After spending four years in Italian prison, Amanda Knox stayed in Seattle this weekend to celebrate her first Thanksgiving back on American soil.
While Knox likely skipped out on the Turkey (her friends have described her as a vegan), the Daily Mail reports that Knox spent the holiday with her sister Deanne and her mother Eddas. The Mail published some photos of the trio shopping for holiday groceries over the weekend.
Amanda Knox returned to Seattle in October, when an Italian court overturned her conviction in the murder of her British roommate Meredith Kercher. Knox and her Italian boyfriend Raffael Sollecito had earlier been convicted to 26 years and 25 years.
Since then, Knox has slowly been adapting to a normal life and she reportedly has moved in with her new boyfriend, James Terrano.
While in prison earlier this year, Knox told the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero that she hoped to be home for Thanksgiving.
Below, see a timeline of events in the murder of Meredith Kercher and the Amanda Knox trial: