Japanese princess to leave the royal status

Japanese princess Ayoko announced marriage to the ordinary citizen

Japanese princess Ayoko announced marriage to the ordinary citizen

Tokyo … News Time

Japanese princess Ayako has announced marriage to the ordinary citizen, earlier; two of his family’s princesses were ready to leave the royal status by force of heart. Japan’s royal sources have found that Emperor Akihito’s late Prince Takamodo, the third of a cousin and the relationship between a common citizen named 32 years old Kei Komuro, associated with the youngest daughter shipping worker, is intended to be connected to marriage. Both of them know each other for one year, on the other hand they engagement on August 12, when the marriage was announced on October 29.

Princess Ayako holds a master’s degree in social welfare. The first meeting from Kei Komuro came through his mother’s princess Takamodo. Princess Takamodo, Kei Komuro’s parents know as a welfare organization, Seeing Kei Komuro’s parents seeing interest in Ayako’s global welfare activities. In addition to information and mental harmony in global welfare activities there are other things in Ayako and Komuro, both are deeply interested in skiing, books and travels. Under Japanese royal law, Ayako Kei Komuro will have to abandon her royal status after marrying that is why they will have to live as a princess, not just as a princess.

Princess Ayako is not the first person of the Japanese royal family who are leaving their royal status to marry a common citizen, earlier, Japanese Emperor Akihito’s eldest grandfather, 25-year-old Princess Mako also intends to leave the royal family by marrying a person named Komuro, associated with a Tokyo firm however, his marriage is delayed now. She says she is not ready for marriage right now. Princess Mako’s stupid in 2005, Princess Sayako also remained her royal position a typical Japanese Yoshiki Kuroda was married since then, they are in a modest home where they have to do all the work themselves.


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