Her first public outings have been equally low-key, and observers say she looked at ease back out in society.
Released from an Italian prison earlier this month after her murder conviction was overturned, Knox, 24, was photographed walking with an unidentified male friend Saturday going to a local store near her home in Seattle. She was dressed casually in jeans, a T-shirt and sneakers, and carried toothpaste and a chocolate bar.
The following day, she took a ferry trip with her mother, aunt and some friends to Puget Sound.
“Nobody approached her or even seemed to recognize her,” an onlooker told the newspaper. “She wasn’t hiding away. She just looked happy and relaxed.”
Knox reportedly has been staying in a house not far from her parents and has a bodyguard after receiving death threats. She and her family celebrated her first night of freedom at home with pizza, chocolate cake and wine, her father said.
Knox’s family is also said to be expecting a visit from her Italian co-defendant and former boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, before the end of the year.