Malala Yousafzai wed her accomplice, Asser Malik, on Tuesday.
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On Tuesday, writer and schooling activist Malala Yousafzai bought married to her accomplice, Asser Malik, a supervisor for the Pakistan Cricket Board. The couple celebrated in a small Islamic ceremony in Birmingham, England, alongside their households. Yousafzai, who grew to become the youngest-ever Nobel Peace Prize laureate at 17, shared footage from the marriage on social media, calling it a “valuable day.”
“Asser and I tied the knot to be companions for all times,” Yousafzai, now 24, captioned pictures from the ceremony. “Please ship us your prayers. We’re excited to stroll collectively for the journey forward.” Although Yousafzai saved a lot of the particulars of the day non-public, the images present her, Malik, and their households amongst fall foliage that appears so excellent, you’d swear the leaves have been paid actors. “It’s past phrases,” Yousafzai’s father, Ziauddin, wrote on Twitter. “Toor Pekai [Malala’s mother] and I are overwhelmed with pleasure and gratitude.”
Yousafzai, who, at 15, was focused by the Taliban after advocating for women’ schooling, has beforehand shared her misgivings about marriage. “I nonetheless don’t perceive why individuals must get married,” she instructed British Vogue in July. “If you wish to have an individual in your life, why do it’s a must to signal marriage papers, why can’t it simply be a partnership?” She mentioned her mom, like most each mom, didn’t agree. “My mum is like … ‘Don’t you dare say something like that! It’s important to get married, marriage is gorgeous’.” I suppose being a Nobel Peace Prize winner doesn’t exempt you from having to confess your mom was proper.
Congratulations to those newlyweds!
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