Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg met for the first time on Feb. 25. The inspiring activists got to spend some time together during Thunberg's visit to Oxford University — where Yousafzai is currently studying — to speak with students about climate change, science, and voting.
Naturally, they marked the momentous occasion with a few photos. "So . . . today I met my role model," Thunberg captioned a photo of her and Yousafzai sitting on a bench. She added, "What else can I say?" Yousafzai, meanwhile, later joked on Twitter, "She's the only friend I'd skip school for." As prominent activists for climate change and female education, respectively, Thunberg and Yousafzai have each acted as pioneers for change, and seeing them together certainly feels like a historic moment.