Tokyo – AFP
Princess Mako, the daughter-in-law of Emperor Naruhito of Japan, is planning to marry her fianc விரைவில், who comes from the common people, soon without any formalities and move to the United States with him, despite financial difficulties, according to the Japanese newspaper many years ago.
Mako, 29, plans to marry Kei Komuro by the end of this year, and the couple decided to abandon traditional imperial ceremonies, a rare decision in the country. Has decided to reject the 150 million yen compensation, which is usually offered to women who give up their imperial titles after marrying a commoner, according to local media.
This information has not been officially confirmed, but it has been making headlines in the Japanese media since Wednesday. In 2017, he announced his engagement to human rights lawyer Kee Komuro, whom he met at the University of Macau. The wedding was postponed to 2018 due to lack of time to prepare traditional ceremonies in court. The decision was announced when Komuro’s mother was facing a financial dispute with her ex-husband, which caused a controversy. Son’s study.
The controversy sparked a scandal in Japan where members of the imperial family were expected to behave flawlessly. Ki Komuro went to the United States in 2018 to pursue law studies, which was seen as an attempt to reduce stress. Mako’s father Prince Fumihito confirmed his support for his daughter’s wedding last year, but he felt he should first support public opinion.
Mako’s younger brother, Prince Hisahido, 14, is currently the sole heir to the throne in Japan after his father because the imperial court only recognizes paternal lineage, and women have no right to the throne.
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