Malala Yousafzai, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, married in a tiny ceremony in Birmingham on Tuesday, the education campaigner announced on Twitter.

The education campaigner tweeted on the microblogging website: “Today is a significant day in my life. Asser and I exchanged vows to be life mates. We had a tiny nikkah ceremony with our family at home in Birmingham. Please offer us your well-wishes. We’re looking forward to embarking on this trip together.”

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Malala also shared four images from her nikkah event, in which she was photographed with her newlywed husband, Asser, and her parents, Ziauddin and Toor Pekai.

Malala dressed up in a melon-pink gown with gold embroidery on her big day. Malin Fezehai, a photographer and visual journalist, was there to take her nikkah photos.

PPP leader Aseefa Bhutto Zardari congratulated Malala and wished the newlywed pair every happiness.

“May you be blessed at every step of your trip. I’m sending you my best wishes and duas “she stated.

Jemima Goldsmith, a filmmaker, praised the newlywed couple.

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“What a lovely news,” analyst Shama Junejo said, congratulating the noble laureate.



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