- Fatima Bhutto tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Clifton, Karachi.
- Her husband Graham has reportedly converted to Islam and chosen the name Gibran.
Fatima Bhutto, the daughter of Murtaza Bhutto and niece of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, has tied the knot in an intimate ceremony in Clifton, Karachi.
The news was shared by Fatima’s brother Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Junior on social media along with the details of the wedding and a picture of the couple while congratulating the newlyweds.
“On behalf of our father, Shaheed Mir Murtaza Bhutto and the Bhutto family, I’m very happy to share some happy news. My sister Fatima and Graham were married in an intimate nikkah ceremony yesterday at our home, 70 Clifton,”
On behalf of our father, Shaheed Mir Murtaza Bhutto and the Bhutto family, I’m very happy to share some happy news. My sister Fatima and Graham were married in an intimate nikkah ceremony yesterday at our home, 70 Clifton. pic.twitter.com/SQjPB4yB7r
— Zulfikar Ali Bhutto ذوالفقار علي ڀٽو (@BhuttoZulfikar) April 28, 2023
“The ceremony was attended by Fatima’s loved ones in our grandfather’s library, a place that means a lot to my dear sister. Due to the difficult circumstances felt by our fellow countrymen and women, we all felt it would be inappropriate to celebrate lavishly.”
He concluded, ‘Please keep Fatima and Graham (Gibran) in your prayers. God bless you and thank you.’
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About Fatima Bhutto
She was born in Kabul, she is the daughter of politician Murtaza Bhutto, sister of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Jr, niece of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and granddaughter of former prime minister and president of Pakistan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
She was raised in Syria and Karachi, and received her bachelor’s degree from Barnard College, followed by a master’s degree from the SOAS University of London.
Fatima has several titles under her name, including a memoir titled “Songs of Blood and Sword,” and the novel “The Shadow of the Crescent Moon,”In addition to her books, she has contributed articles and essays to various international publications, such as The Guardian, The Financial Times, and The New York Times.
On the other hand, it is being reported that Fatima Bhutto’s husband Graham has purportedly converted to Islam and has chosen “Gibran” as his Islamic name.
Congratulations to the couple, we wish them the very best for all their future endeavours.
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