The VERY glam (yet colourful) lives of Zayn Malik’s sisters – including a teen pregnancy and marriage to an ex-convict

ZAYN Malik’s sister Waliyha is used to her brother hitting headlines but has found herself the centre of attention this week. 

The One Direction star’s younger sister’s wedding to ex-convict Junaid Khan on Saturday was reportedly “broken up by police” for flouting tier 3 lockdown restrictions.

The 40-guest bash was held at Zayn's other sister Safaa's Bradford home, with US-based Zayn, 27, absent from Waliyha's big day. 

But Zayn is known for being a generous brother to elder sister Doniya, 28, and younger sisters Waliyha, 22, and Safaa, 18 – and even bought one a £254,000 luxury home. 

The three girls boast large Instagram followings of their own, and show off their very glam lives, incredible beauty looks and chic homes to their followers. 

From a teen pregnancy to the sister with her own make-up business, here are the very stylish Malik sisters…


Zayn's older sister Doniya, 28, has created a very successful career for herself as a professional make-up artist.

Having built up 669,000 followers on Instagram, she regularly shares selfies like her sister to promote different make-up and face masks.

While Doniya rarely speaks publicly about her brother, she previously hinted at his generosity in an interview with Now magazine in 2015, saying: "Zayn’s got really good style, too.

"He got me a Prada bag, too, but when it comes to girls’ things he lets us do it ourselves."

Doniya has a successful beauty blog and the family also opened their own beauty business in 2017, called Waliyha Beauty.

Doniya's sister Waliyha previously teamed up with her mum to surprise the make-up pro with a new-look bedroom,

This included a huge bed with stylish grey covers and a huge teddy bear.


Model Waliyha, 22, had an early rise to fame when she starred in 1D's video Story Of My Life.

She has since built up almost 718,000 Instagram followers and regularly promotes different beauty products online, posing in close-up photos throughout.

She also previously gave followers a glimpse at her stylish bedroom online, with light pink decorations and a glittery bed frame.

In 2018, Waliyha landed a modelling job promoting travel cards for a West Yorkshire bus company.

Waliyha Azad, 22, revealed on Instagram that she was now married, following her controversial nuptials on Saturday. 

Zayn’s girlfriend and mother of his first child Gigi Hadid commented on the post saying: "Wish I could be there so happy for u."

We previously told how Zayn and his dad Yaser skipped the bash, with the father of the bride concerned about 24-year-old Junaid's criminal past.

The groom was jailed for five years in 2017 for a “chilling” carjacking on the driveway of an elderly woman.


Aged 18, Safaa is Zayn’s youngest sister, and he certainly knows how to look after her. 

It was reported in July that Zayn had splashed out £254,000 to buy her a luxury home – a few doors down from the one he bought for their mum.

The millionaire star purchased mum Trisha and dad Yaser a four-bed house for a similar amount when his One Direction cash began rolling in.

It was documented in their film One Direction: This Is Us, where Zayn handed his crying mum the keys to their new home.

She said: "We never had enough money to buy our own house. We always lived in rented accommodation, so Zayn knew how very important it was for me to have my own place."

The singer has previously supported the whole family financially, even giving his mum Trisha a wage so she could leave her job as a school dinner lady.

Safaa tied the knot with husband Martin Tiser in a traditional Nikkah ceremony in September 2019. 

The family are typically private about their personal life, so it was unknown how long Safaa had been in a relationship with Martin before they tied the knot.

In January, Safaa – aged 17 at the time – and Martin welcomed a baby girl named Zaneyah, just four months after getting married.

Safaa shared a snap of the newborn wearing a baby grow and hat on social media.

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