Princess Mako from the royal family of Japanese Emperor Akihito’s announced on Sunday that she is getting married to a university classmate who won her heart with bright smiles and sincerity. Yes, it is not a film scene but in actual, Princess Mako fell in love with his classmate Kei Komuro who is a common man. They both are 25 years old.
During a press conference, both of them told the media that their relationship started when the princess sat behind him at a campus meeting five years ago at Tokyo’s International Christian University, where they graduated.
Kei Komuro’s sincerity, hard-wok and strong-minded attitude win her heart. He is also very kind-hearted says, Mako. Both of them was in a long distance relationship while studying abroad, Mako in Britain and Komuro in the US for one year. Then Komuro proposed to her after dinner in December 2013.
It was then when Mako introduced him to her parents, Prince Akishino, second in line to the Chrysanthemum throne, and Princess Kiko and they accepted her choice. Komuro works as a legal assistant. Mako gave a statement while heading the media that,
“Having a family still goes beyond my imagination, but I hope to make one that is warm, comfortable and filled with smiles.”
Details of their wedding have not been decided, and palace officials say the ceremony is expected sometime around autumn next year. And you will get surprised to know that in Japan women aren’t allowed to a royal throne. Mako will lose her royal status after marrying Komuro, who is a common man.
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