Nobel Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai took to her Instagram handle to share a lovey-dovey post wishing her husband Asser Malik a happy birthday. She posted a series of adorable photos in the post.
Posting a bunch of photos, Yousafzai captioned the post, "Happy birthday to my favourite person in the world. You are more than just Ken to me; you are a true partner. Every person should be so lucky to have someone supportive, caring, and kind by their side. You make every day together an adventure, and I am so excited to continue to explore whatever the future holds. P.S. I will let you win golf today because it’s your birthday."
Malala Yousafzai Birthday Wishes To Husband Asser Malik
The five-picture post showed the couple having a good time together. The first picture shows Yousafzai and Malik posing away from the camera, with a beach in the background. The second image has the couple smiling for the camera with greenery in the background. The third photo shows Asser Malik prepping his golf kit, while the fourth shows the couple posing for the camera with the kit in a golf club. The final image shows the back view of the couple sitting on a stone bench somewhere in the mountains and having a lovely chat.
The post, which was shared on September 15, has crossed over 1.5 million likes. The comment section is being accumulated with countless comments adoring the couple. While most of the comments adored the couple by calling them "lovely couple," "coolest couple," cutest," "wonderful," etc., some netizens posted birthday wishes for Malik.
Gist Of Their Love Story
The Pakistani education activist, who rose to global fame at a very young age, tied the knot with Asser Malik in November 2021 in an intimate ceremony in Birmingham, England. Despite previously stating on some occasions that she didn’t believe marriage was right for her, meeting Asser Malik changed her preconceived notions about relationships.
Asser Malik works for the Pakistan Cricket Board, which controls and organises matches for the country’s national team. He became their high-performance general manager in May 2020, according to his LinkedIn profile.
The couple met at the University of Oxford in 2018 while Malik was visiting a friend on campus. In 2019, he posted a series of photos from the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup that included Malala Yousafzai. Malik's social media and public statements clearly show that he is a steadfast supporter and cheerleader of his wife, Malala. He has never shied away from showing how proud he is of her work.