JIHADI bride Shamima Begum is spending her time in a Syrian refugee camp watching Good Morning Britain and listening to Shakira.
Begum was 15 when she left her home in Bethnal Green, east London, and fled to the war-ravaged country to marry an ISIS terrorist.Shamima Begum is spending her time watching GMB and dancing to ShakiraCredit: Tim Stewart Begum has adopted a more Western lifestyle while living in a Syria refugee campCredit: Tim Stewart She is said to enjoy Zumba classesCredit: Tim Stewart
The bride, now 21, is living at the Roj camp in Syria after the fall of the terror group's caliphate.
And she is spending her time watching ITV's Good Morning Britain in her tent and binging blockbusters such as Men in Black, the Daily Mail reports.
Begum also reportedly enjoys playing charades and dancing to Shakira music with her fellow campmates.
She has now started wearing Western-style clothing - including Nike baseball caps and tight jeans and insists she has changed.
By contrast, she wore a black headscarf and robes when she was found and interviewed in 2019.
She has pleaded with Brits to keep an "open mind" over her returning to the UK with the change in her appearance the biggest hint she has been de-radicalised.
In a documentary released this summer, she begs: "I would say to people in the UK, give me a second chance because I was still young when I left.
"I would ask that they put aside everything they've heard about me and just have an open mind about why I left and who I am now as a person."
But Begum last month lost a legal battle to return to the UK for a court appeal over the removal of her British citizenship.
The Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favour of the Government and said she cannot come back to the UK for a court case to reclaim her British passport for the safety of the public.
Lord Reed said her legal bid to reclaim her British citizenship should be postponed until she is no longer considered a threat to national security.
Begum was just 15 when she fled school in 2015 with two pals to join the death cult.
She later wed an ISIS fighter and had three children, who have all since died.
But after the evil regime collapsed, Begum ended up in a refugee camp.
And soon after, then Home Secretary Sajid Javid stripped her of her UK citizenship to stop her from ever coming back.
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Begum has previously told how she had no regrets about joining the death cult and was not fazed by seeing discarded heads in bins.
She also told how she had sewn ISIS bombers into their suicide vests.
But in a new documentary, shot in 2019, Begum insists she has changed and revealed she wanted to kill herself after her daughter died while she was pregnant with her third child.
She also tells how she longs for a "foot-long meatball Subway" if she ever returns to the UK.
Begum recalls feeling like an "outsider" in London who wanted to "help the Syrians".
But she claims on arrival she quickly realised ISIS were "trapping people" to boost the so-called caliphate's numbers and "look good for the (propaganda) videos".
The footage is captured in The Return: Life After ISIS, which follows Begum and other Western women over several months in the camp.
The Sky Original documentary will launch on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV in the summer.Her dramatic new look was revealed recentlyCredit: Sam Tarling/Telegraph Begum fled to Syria in 2015 with fellow teens Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase The schoolgirl now says she has changed She has been stuck in a refugee camp in northern Syria since having her British passport revoked In interviews from Syria, Begum has spoken about her wish to return to the UKCredit: ITV Press Handout
Shamima Begum 'upset' at being refused entry to UK to fight for British citizenship as she breaks cover in Syrian refugee camp