You will be surprised what this girl gave up to marry a lawyer
Pro-Western sentiments seem to be growing in the Rising Sun royal family.
At least the second princess is already giving up her birth title and traditional imperial family lifestyle for love.
Princess Mako-Nishino, the eldest granddaughter of the current Emperor Naruhito, has announced her upcoming marriage to a future lawyer.
Kei Komoro, the future husband of the princess of the same age, will receive the results of the final exams this year.
The young man has been working for a renowned law firm in his home country for several years, but according to insiders, he has already received an offer from American colleagues.
Therefore, the Komuro spouses will leave for the United States immediately after the wedding.
They have been together for about eight years and have more than once managed to reconsider their feelings for the castle.
When the press discovered their relationship in 2017, everyone’s attention turned to Emperor Akihito’s niece and her lover.
For example, it became known that the princess’s grandmother, Empress Michiko, strongly disapproved of her granddaughter’s choice.
Due to disputes within the family, the newlyweds had postponed their planned wedding “indefinitely” last year due to the couple’s “immaturity”, according to the official statement.
But just recently, the princess and her chosen one announced the final decision.
Their wedding will take place at the end of this year. Apparently, relatives had to put up with the choice of a capricious girl.
The Japanese government also considered paying the princess a lump sum for the wedding, which totaled almost a million and a half dollars.
Interestingly, Mako flatly refused government financial support and is preparing to build her own welfare with her future husband.