The wife of a white Muslim convert accused of travelling to Pakistan for terrorism training has been charged with a terror offence, the Daily Mail reported on Tuesday. The paper said Ayan Hadi, 30, who is pregnant, is due to appear before magistrates in September accused of withholding information about the preparation of acts of terrorism, the Old Bailey heard. Her husband, Richard Dart, has been charged with travelling to Asia for terrorism training. His barrister, Frida Hussain, told the preliminary court hearing that Hadi was ‘to be added’ to the prosecution and a date set for a possible trial next year would be affected by the birth of the child. “She is pregnant and her due date is February 27,” she was quoted by the Daily Mail as saying, adding that she also suffers a life-threatening condition linked to her pregnancy. “She will not be in a position to focus on her preparation (for court),” she added. Dart, of Broadway, Ealing, west London, who appeared in a BBC Three documentary after converting to Islam, is charged with preparing for acts of terrorism between July 2010 and July 2012, alongside Imran Mahmood and Jahangir Alom.