Sara Ege explained how her family went to the Marriage Bureau and within a week she had met the Ege family. Five days later they were married. Peter Murphy QC asked her when was the first time she had met her husband. She replied 'after the marriage' and said they did not speak during the ceremony.
She said she had been told that he was a manager with a Masters degree but afterwards found out 'none of it was true'. She was asked if it was happy marriage - she replied 'I wasn't particularly happy.' She denies the charges against her.
Sara Ege will serve a minimum of 17 years in prison for the murder of her seven-year-old son Yaseen. He suffered from 'prolonged cruelty.'
The jury at Cardiff Crown Court has heard from the parents of Sara Ege, who is accused of murdering her 7 year old son Yaseen.
A jury has heard a harrowing video confession by a woman accused of murdering her son for failing to learn parts of the Koran.