Former Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain and her husband have tied the knot again – 14 years after their arranged marriage.
The TV presenter and author remarried her partner Abdal and posted a series of pictures of the ceremony on Instagram.
They included snaps of a double finger ring on her hand; a wedding cake covered in mini cup cakes and macaroons and the couple signing the marriage certificate.
"Nothing fancy just love," she wrote.
"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."
Responding to her message, her husband tweeted: "You can't run away from me now. I love you to infinity and beyond Xxx."
Hussain had only met Abdal once when she married him aged 19 in a match arranged by their parents in a traditional Islamic ceremony in Bangladesh.
The couple have three children – sons Musa and Dawud and daughter Maryam.
Hussain, 33, 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".
Since winning Bake Off in 2015, Hussain has hosted a number of her own food programmes and has released several books.