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Princess Mako of Akishino Daughter of Princeสมัครสล็อตxo วอลเล็ตFumihito Crown Prince of Japan His Highness had a simple marriage to Kei Komuro, 30, a commoner boyfriend he had been in a long relationship with earlier this morning (Oct. 26) and has renounced his royal titles. Rules before traveling to live with her husband in the United States

Princess Mako and Komuro announced their engagement four years ago. received praise from the people Before the event turned upside down when the tabloid media dug into the man's mother's debts, Komuro was heavily attacked by social media. and the marriage ceremony with the princess had to be postponed indefinitely

Komuro decided to study law in New York in 2018 and did not return to Japan until September.

The Imperial Palace Agency (IHA) said the palace had submitted the necessary documents for the marriage registration as early as Thursday morning, while the wedding ceremony was held in a simplified manner, ignoring steps. according to the ancient royal tradition

A Japanese television station has broadcast images of Princess Mako in pastel-colored robes and pearls. He bowed farewell to his father and mother. including embracing the Buddha image "Princess Kako", 26 years old for a long time Before His Highness Leaving the Akasaka Palace in Tokyo at around 10:00 local time.

Princess Mako, now known as "Mrs. Mako Komuro," will hold a short press conference in the afternoon (26) and will answer five of the press's screened questions in writing. letter The Imperial Household Agency reasoned that the princess "was worried" if it were to answer live questions, and that "some of the questions were misinformed as facts. which made him sad.”

The Imperial Palace Bureau confirmed that Princess Mako refused to accept a sum of 150 million yen (about 43 million baht), which the female boss who gave up her royal status to marry is entitled to it under Japanese law.

Princess Mako and Komuro have plans to move to start their married life in New York City. But in the beginning The princess will remain in Tokyo for a while to prepare her, including making her first "passport" in her life.

Opinion poll results found that Most Japanese also have conflicting views on Princess Mako's marriage. And at least one group of protesters held up banners opposing the wedding ceremony today (26).