Activist and Nobel Prize recipient Malala Yousafzai declared her marriage ceremony on Twitter Tuesday.

The 24-12 months-old explained that she and her recently-wed spouse, recognized only as Asser, held a compact nikkah, an Islamic relationship ceremony at which a few signs a marital deal. They tied the knot at their residence in Birmingham, England.

“Now marks a precious working day in my everyday living,” Yousafzai wrote in her announcement. 

Photos accompanying the post display her and her husband sitting with her mom and dad, Ziauddin Yousafzai and Toor Pekai Yousafzai.

Yousafzai’s announcement came just a couple months soon after she explained she was unsure about the strategy of relationship in a July 2021 interview with British Vogue.

“I nonetheless don’t fully grasp why persons have to get married,” she reported. “If you want to have a man or woman in your existence, why do you have to sign marriage papers, why just can’t it just be a partnership?” 

In her Twitter announcement, on the other hand, the human legal rights activist expressed exhilaration for her and her husband’s long run as a married few.

“We are fired up to wander collectively for the journey in advance,” she wrote.