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Favorite fan: Inside Waleed Aly & # 39; s life removed from The Project

He is one of the most popular television presenters, known for his hosting role on The Project.

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And now, celebrating his third Gold Logie nomination this year, Daily Mail Australia is looking at Waleed Aly's life away from the show.

From a loving husband to wife Susan Carland, a good father for their two children, to university teacher and author, it's no wonder that the audience is so charmed by the 40-year-old TV star.

Favorite fan: Inside Waleed Aly & # 39; s life removed from The Project

Favorite fan: Inside Waleed Aly & # 39; s life removed from The Project

Waleed is married to TV presenter and Australian academician, Susan Carland, 39, whom he first met at the age of 16.

Susan was open at the age of 19 about the conversion of Christianity to Sunni Islam.

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She also revealed earlier that she once told Waleed that he was the last man she ever married when they first started dating each other.

His support: Waleed is married to TV presenter and Australian academician, Susan Carland, 39, (photo) he first met at the age of 16

His support: Waleed is married to TV presenter and Australian academician, Susan Carland, 39, (photo) he first met at the age of 16

His support: Waleed is married to TV presenter and Australian academician, Susan Carland, 39, (photo) he first met at the age of 16

& # 39; He really annoyed me, & # 39; said Susan The Sydney Morning Herald.

& # 39; I think it may have been that I had become a Muslim, so I had to deal with all those changes in my life, telling my family and friends, and I needed everyone to give me some space, & # 39; she said.

But the couple seems to have a rock-solid marriage, with Susan often sharing sweet parts of herself with Waleed.

& # 39; He really annoyed me & # 39 ;: she also revealed earlier that she once told Waleed that he was the last man she ever married when they first started dating

& # 39; He really annoyed me & # 39 ;: she also revealed earlier that she once told Waleed that he was the last man she ever married when they first started dating

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& # 39; He really annoyed me & # 39 ;: she also revealed earlier that she once told Waleed that he was the last man she ever married when they first started dating

In 2016, Waleed won the TV Week Silver Logie for Best Presenter and shared a moving tribute to Susan in his acceptance speech.

& # 39; She is a huge source of support for me, but she is so much more than that – a challenge, a provocation and an inspiration, & # 39; said Waleed.

& # 39; It is a privilege to be able to share my life with you, so thank you very much. & # 39;

The couple – often referred to as & # 39; power couple & # 39; in the media – shares two children together, the 15-year-old daughter Aisha and the 11-year-old son Zayd.

& # 39; It is a privilege to share my life with you & # 39 ;: In 2016, Waleed won the TV Week Silver Logie for Best Presenter and shared a moving tribute to Susan in his word of thanks (pictured with the Golden Log that he said so) year won))
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& # 39; It is a privilege to share my life with you & # 39 ;: In 2016, Waleed won the TV Week Silver Logie for Best Presenter and shared a moving tribute to Susan in his word of thanks (pictured with the Golden Log that he said so) year won))

& # 39; It is a privilege to share my life with you & # 39 ;: In 2016, Waleed won the TV Week Silver Logie for Best Presenter and shared a moving tribute to Susan in his word of thanks (pictured with the Golden Log that he said so) year won))

Last month, Waleed opened up Zaid & # 39; s autism diagnostics on The Project and said that when he and Susan found out, it was a & # 39; relief & # 39; used to be.

& # 39; I wasn't worried, it didn't hit me in the face – it actually explained a lot of things and it opened doors, & # 39; said Waleed.

He said he and Susan had to adjust their parenthood, but admitted that he was still worried about his son's future.

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& # 39; The thing that is really scary is that you actually don't know what their ceiling is & he said.

& # 39; So all the things that you would normally take for granted, such as when they have a career, when they get married or whatever, you are alone with a stranger. You don't know if those things will ever be possible. & # 39;

Family: the couple - often referred to as & # 39; power couple & # 39; in the media - shares two children together, the 15-year-old daughter Aisha and the 11-year-old son Zayd. Zayd has autism

Family: the couple - often referred to as & # 39; power couple & # 39; in the media - shares two children together, the 15-year-old daughter Aisha and the 11-year-old son Zayd. Zayd has autism

Family: the couple – often referred to as & # 39; power couple & # 39; in the media – shares two children together, the 15-year-old daughter Aisha and the 11-year-old son Zayd. Zayd has autism

In between juggling his obligations to the show, Waleed – who is a former lawyer – lectures at Monash University.

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He specializes in political and international relations and has previously written a book called People Like Us: How arrogance divides Islam and the West.

Waleed has also written pieces for publications, including The Australian and The Australian Financial Review.

He told TV Week this month that he can't believe he's been nominated for a Golden Logie for the third time.

In 2016, he took home the coveted Golden Gong.

& # 39; It's a moving and surprising compliment, & # 39; says Waleed TV WEEK on Thursday.

& # 39; I have always believed that I am not designed to be a Log Winner, that Logies goes to certain types of people and I am not one of them. So it's a real surprise every time. & # 39;

He does it all! In between juggling his obligations to the show, Waleed - who is a former lawyer - lectures at Monash University

He does it all! Between juggling his obligations to the show, Waleed - who is a former lawyer - lectures at Monash University

He does it all! Between juggling his obligations to the show, Waleed – who is a former lawyer – lectures at Monash University

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