Bilawal Bhutto Zardari may be Benazir Bhutto's son, picked today to lead the Pakistan People's Party, but the 19-year-old is also still in school. Bilawal has been studying at Christ Church, Oxford, without security, often hiding his political identity but supporting his mother on his Facebook profile, Time reports. "He is a very sociable student and very well liked," said one of his classmates.
A fitness nut and Taekwondo black belt, Bilawal lived with his two sisters in Dubai and London after his mother went into exile, the Hindu reports. She kept him from the limelight, but Bilawal has spoken out in favor of democracy, saying that dictatorship "contributes to backwardness and poverty" in Pakistan. On the day his mother was killed, the status on Bilawal's Facebook profile read, "Well behaved women rarely make history."