Malala Yousafzai, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, has married Asser Malik (Pakistan).

Pakistanis are unable to remain cool when it comes to 24-year-olds making decisions regarding their own lives. This time, however, the woman in question is not your typical citizen. Malala Yousafzai, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, has revealed her nikkah. Some people, on the other hand, felt compelled to unearth an interview she gave to British Vogue earlier this year about her scepticism about marriage.

On Tuesday, Malala startled everyone by announcing her marriage to Pakistan Cricket Board manager Asser Malik. “Today marks a special day in my life,” Malala wrote on Twitter, announcing her wedding to Malik. Asser and I exchanged vows to be life mates. We had a tiny nikkah ceremony with our families at home in Birmingham.”

Malala and her partner have received a flood of well-wishes as they begin their new innings. Priyanka Chopra, Justin Trudeau, Emirati princess Sheikha Hend bint Faisal, and Apple CEO Tim Cook have all congratulated the young couple.

Some people, on the other hand, couldn’t stop bringing up her previous statements about partnerships in a June interview with British Vogue. “I’m still baffled as to why people feel compelled to marry.” Why should you have to sign marriage papers if you just want someone in your life? Why can’t it just be a partnership?” She’d mentioned it.

Her choice was met with some scepticism by Twitter users. They claimed Malala was changing her mind, as if people aren’t permitted to change their minds or do actions that appear to be contradictory at first glance.

One Twitter user speculated that her decision was influenced by ‘Pakistani mother pressure,’ while others were delighted to discover a cricket link and referred to her as “cricketing royalty.”

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