Nadiya Hussain has married her husband for the second time, years after they wed in an arranged marriage, posting a series of sweet pictures on Instagram on Tuesday.
The union had been arranged by their parents and they had a traditional Islamic ceremony in Bangladesh.
Happy news: Bake Off’s Nadiya Hussain and her husband Abdal have tied the knot for a second time and shared a series of sweet Instagram pictures on Tuesday… 14 years after they wed in arranged marriage as ‘complete strangers’
Love: They shared a picture of their hands, showing Nadiya wearing a double finger ring
She posted on Instagram: ‘Nothing fancy just love. No frills. Just us. We did it again. I do. I always will. I would do it all over again #married #secondtime @swarovski @whiskdrizzle @abumdm.’
The post included a picture of their hands, showing Hussain wearing a double finger ring, and a picture of them signing the wedding certificate.
Another photo showed the TV chef and baker’s colourful wedding cake, covered in macarons and mini cupcakes.
Abdal wrote in a tweet: ‘You can’t run away from me now. I love you to infinity and beyond Xxx.’
She posted on Instagram: ‘Nothing fancy just love. No frills. Just us. We did it again. I do. I always will. I would do it all over again’
The couple have three children together – sons Musa and Dawud and daughter Maryam.
Hussain has previously said she does not think her children ‘need’ her to find them a husband or wife in the future.
Last year, she told Good Housekeeping magazine: ‘I didn’t know my husband, and then we had two children, and then I fell in love with him.’
But she had said it was ‘tough’ because an arranged marriage means ‘marrying a complete stranger’.
Now that’s a cake: Baker Nadiya had an epic cake for her special day, which comes as little surprise given her own culinary talents
In August this year, Nadiya spoke to
She said: ‘It’s probably the same for every relationship – nothing is 50/50. If you’re always trying to balance the scales, you’re always going to be fighting each other.
‘At some point in your relationship, somebody is always going to be giving a little bit more and somebody a little bit less, but as long as you’ve got the full 100% together, who cares who’s giving more and who’s giving less?’
She continued: ‘After a really long day, my husband will text me and say, “Do you need to wash the day off?” It means I need to get all my clothes off, take all my make-up and jewellery off, switch my phone off and get in a bubble bath with some lavender and Epsom salts. It makes such a difference.’
Making memories: The couple have three children together – sons Musa and Dawud and daughter Maryam – pictured together in July 2016
That same month, she shared a sweet anniversary snap of themselves kissing one another.
She wrote: ‘Who knew? 13 years later #happyanniversary @abumdm #husband #brother #soninlaw #dad #uncle.’
In April, Nadiya shared another sweet snap of them both, as she paid tribute to their love.
Loving: Nadiya shared this sweet anniversary picture on Instagram back in August: ‘Who knew? 13 years later #happyanniversary @abumdm #husband #brother #soninlaw #dad #uncle’
A special moment: She also posted this rare snap back in April as she paid tribute to their love
She wrote: ‘I don’t often post pictures of us together. The truth is we never really take pictures together.
‘We’re always pointing the camera in the direction of the kids, the chickens, our family, cute babies, food etc but never us.
‘If I look back at our first selfie, the days when you couldn’t turn a camera round with the press of a button.
‘We were in a hotel on our way out and we took a photo in the bathroom mirror. So much has changed in 13 years. But I promise to take more pictures of us from time to time @abumdm.’
Since winning Bake Off in 2015, Hussain has hosted a number of her own food programmes and has released several books.
Talented: Bake Off’s Nadiya also appeared on the Big Family Cooking Showdown
Special: Last year, she told Good Housekeeping magazine: ‘I didn’t know my husband, and then we had two children, and then I fell in love with him’