The father-in-law of Shaker Aamer has told ITV News that his daughter is "delighted" that the former Guantanamo detainee is back home on British soil.
Saeed Siddique said his daughter was "of course delighted" and "cheerful" at the release of her husband after almost 14 years imprisonment.
Siddique, who said he had not yet seen Shaker, also confirmed that his son-in-law had spoken to his children on the phone but had not been able to see them.
Who will mourn Guantanamo Bay? Hardly anyone.
Shaker Aamer spoke to ITV News last week via his lawyer in his final interview before his release from Guantanamo.
Shaker Aamer, the last British detainee at Guantanamo, has been put on a flight back to the UK. Here's what we know about him.