We have the first picture of convicted murderer Gypsy Rose Blanchard and her fiancé.
In a photo obtained by E! News, a smiling Blanchard, wearing prison clothing, posed alongside her fiancé Ken, whose last name hasn't been revealed, and her father and stepmother, Rod and Kristy Blanchard.
Blanchard, serving 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of her mother, Dee Dee Blanchard, met Ken from behind bars while exchanging letters as pen pals nearly two years ago.
The couple were engaged in April, according to People, and plan to tie the knot after Blanchard is released from prison.
"We really do like him and we hope to get to know him better," Kristy Blanchard told People about her future son-in-law. "He loves Gypsy very much, and you can clearly see that when he talks about her and looks at her."
This is Blanchard's first relationship since dating Nicholas Godejohn, the man who was sentenced to life in prison without parole for killing her mother in 2015.
Blanchard and Godejohn conspired to kill Dee Dee, who was accused of medical child abuse, often called Munchausen syndrome by proxy, to free Gypsy Rose from her mother's abuse.
Her story was the subject of HBO's 2017 documentary, "Mommy Dead and Dearest," and Hulu's 2019 true crime series "The Act," which stars Joey King and Patricia Arquette.
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