Two of the three east London schoolgirls who fled to join the Daesh forces in Syria have married men approved for them by the terrorist group, the Guardian reported.
Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and Amira Abase, 15, fled in February from Britain after deceiving their parents and siblings.
Two of the teenagers have been allowed to tell their families that they have been married and are living in the war-torn country. One phoned and another used a social media platform to tell the loved ones the news that they have been dreading. At the request of their families, the Guardian is not naming the married pair.
Their families are said be be distraught at the news and have been clinging to the hope their daughters would want to come home.
The schoolgirls say that they have been separated and have been living apart for several weeks, in and around Raqqa in Syria.
The two schoolgirls have been living with the men whom they married in a ceremony approved by Daesh authorities.