Shoaib Malik created a stir online, when he announced his marriage to Pakistani actress Sana Javed on January 20. The news came unexpectedly amid rumors of his separation from his now x wife, Indian tennis player Sania Mirza. Shortly after, Sania Mirza‘s father confirmed her decision to seek a ‘Khula’ (divorce) from the cricketer and the family urged for privacy.Meanwhile, Sana Javed shared an unseen photo from her wedding with Shoaib Malik.

On January 22, Sana Javed and Shoaib Malik jointly posted an Instagram photo, unveiling an unseen picture from their wedding. Dressed impeccably in wedding attire and adorned with ivory garlands, the couple exudes joy, sharing a warm hug while flashing wide smiles for the camera. The couple put up a red heart emoji as the caption of the photo.
Notably, Shoaib Malik and Sana Javed revealed their marriage on January 20 through a collage featuring snapshots from their wedding on social media, they captioned the photos as “Alhamdullilah. And We created you in pairs.”
In 2010, Shoaib Malik tied the knot with former Indian tennis player Sania Mirza in Hyderabad, followed by a Walima ceremony in Sialkot, Pakistan. The couple joyfully welcomed their son in October 2018 and named him Izhaan Mirza Malik. Beofre Sania, it was reported that Shoaib was married to Ayesha Siddiqui and divorced her in 2010.

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