BRIT mum Caroline Crouch was strangled to death in front her 11-month-old baby by her husband in May, 2021.
Babis Anagnostopoulos later confessed to murdering his wife after setting up an elaborate storying claiming thieves broke in and killed her.
What happened to Caroline Crouch's baby?
Lydia had been sent to live with Anagnostopoulos' parents Georgia and Kostas following the May 11 killing.
In July 2021, a judge ruled that the baby should be handed over to Caroline's parents.
Lydia will be raised on the island of Alonissos, where Caroline's Brit dad David and mum Susan, live.
Babis had wanted to raise his daughter from prison but a judge struck down his parental rights, giving them instead to Caroline's parents.
On July 29, 2021, Lydia was seen being carried to a car by Anagnostopoulos' mum and bother in Athens.
The killer's mum was holding a bag with all of Lydia's belongings.
Who was Caroline Crouch and what happened to her?
Caroline was a Brit who grew up in Greece and met stated dating Anagnostopoulos when she was a teen, eventually marrying him.
On May 11, 2021, Caroline was allegedly tortured and strangled in front of her 11-month-old daughter at her house in an upmarket Athens suburb.
Police found Caroline's lifeless body next to her crying daughter later that morning.
Lydia, the couple's daughter, was not harmed.
A police spokesman said he found Anagnostopoulos handcuffed to the floor near Caroline and had duct tape over his eyes and mouth.
The family's pet husky was also strangled with its own lead and left on a fence.
Where is Babis Anagnostopoulos now?
On June 17, 2021, Anagnostopoulos confessed to murdering his wife after she vowed to leave him.
Anagnostopoulos admitted to smothering her after more than eight hours of interrogation in the homicide department of Athens' police headquarters.
Anagnostopoulos is in prison awaiting trial on charges related to Crouch's murder.
He faces life in prison for the murder of his wife, staging the burglary and lying to police.
He remains in custody in a maximum security prison.
Greek prosecutors are attempting to have premeditated murder as a charge brought forward against Anagnostopoulos, according to The Guardian.
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