Japan's Princess Mako will marry her commoner fiance this month

Tokio Japan’s Princess Mako and her commoner fiance Kei Komuro announced Friday they will be married on October 26, public broadcaster NHK reporteda controversial union that requires her to give up her royal status.

La pareja — who met in Facultad announced their engagement in 2017. But the following year they postponed the wedding, saying they were not yet ready for marriage.
It is because of our immaturity and we just regret it,” the couple dicho en un 2018 declaración.
    Imperial Household sources told CNN at the time the postponement was due tolack of preparation.
      Under centuries-old Japanese law, the marriage between a royal and a commoner would require Princess Mako to give up her royal status.
          Japan’s imperial law means only male heirs are allowed to inherit the throne.
          If the other unmarried princesses of the family married commoners, they would also lose their royal status. That could leave the imperial family without enough members to carry out its public duties.




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