Schoolgirl campaigner, Malala Yousafzai, could become the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize today, when the recipient is announced in Norway.
The 16-year-old is up for the prize after she was shot in the head by the Taliban in Pakistan, for starting a campaign for girls' education.
But win, lose or draw, it has still been an historic week for the girl who recovered in Birmingham after her attempted assassination.
- Sunday: The Queen invited Malala to meet her at Buckingham Palace later in the month.
- Monday: Malala was presented the Teenager of Courage award at the Pride of Britain Awards. David Beckham handed her the gong.
- Tuesday: The memoirs of the schoolgirl were published, detailing her ordeal in Pakistan and her recovery in Birmingham.
- Wednesday: The anniversary of the Taliban assassination attempt on Malala's life. She was shot in the head in Pakistan after she started a campaign for girls' education.
- Thursday: Malala won the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, given by the European Parliament to honour "exceptional" people who show courage in defending human rights and freedom of expression.
- Friday: The teenager could become the youngest ever winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. An honour she describes as "a great opportunity."