Former Pakistan cricket captain turned politician Imran Khanhas married a former BBC weather presenter, it has been confirmed.
The 62-year-old tied the knot with Reham in a ceremony at his home on the outskirts of the capital Islamabad on Thursday.
Party officials said it was a simple ceremony.
Imran Khan married Reham Khan in a 'simple ceremony' on Thursday
"We hope that this marriage will be successful, and it will be a good omen for the nation," said Naeemul Haq, a senior official with Imran Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) political party.
Imran, who led Pakistan to the World Cup in 1992, was previously married to British journalist and campaigner Jemima and has two sons.
His new wife reportedly has three children from a previous marriage.
Imran’s PTI is the third largest party in the parliament, and he has been one of the most vocal opponents to the current government.
Pakistan has been abuzz for weeks about the remarriage, despite Imran’s denials. On 31 December he tweeted: “The reports of my marriage are greatly exaggerated!”
His former wife, Jemima, with whom he had an amicable divorce, said on Twitter that she hoped Imran would be happy in the new phase of his life.
It is the second marriage for both of them
Pakistani television showed photos of the couple in formal Pakistani wedding attire.
Imran wore a gold-colored achkan, a knee-length coat for formal occasions, and white pants, called salwar. His bride wore a more elaborate, silver-colored wedding outfit.
Little is known about their romance, although Reham has interviewed the politician on her talk show. The two are not related, and Khan is a common family name in the country.
Imran's former wife Jemima Khan has hinted at his plans to remarry
Weddings in Pakistan are often elaborate affairs but PTI officials said only close friends and relatives were invited to the ceremony and that instead of a reception, food and clothes would be distributed to poor families.
Even so, some opposition politicians slammed Imran for getting married at a time when the nation is still mourning last month's Taliban massacre at a Peshawar school.