RELEASED footage shows a rare glimpse inside the windowless prison of Osama bin Laden's widows, children and grandchildren.
A young boy stacks teddies in a rocking chair. Another grabs a cricket bat while three women, their faces invisible behind black niqabs, look on in a video released to a news channel.
One woman kneels on a prayer mat to read from the Koran, while another of bin Laden's wives feeds a toddler in what appears to be a basement room.
A bed is propped up on bricks.
They have been held in Pakistani custody ever since bin Laden was shot dead by US Navy Seals last May.
Their current home is guesthouse in the capital Islamabad, surrounded by armed police.
Despite spending years with the world's most wanted man as he planned terrorist attacks, his three wives and two of his eldest daughters were last month convicted only of immigration offences, which observers believe is the first step to sending them home – possibly within 10 days.
Two widows are from Saudi Arabia; the third and youngest is from Yemen.