A Princess Who Let Go Of Her Thrown To Marry The Man Of Her Dreams

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When we were little, most of us would have dreamt of leading a life of a princess or a prince. It all is so fancy and great, but the inner facts about the royal house rules are something that most of us obviously do not know about.

This is a true case of a Princess named Mako, from Japan, who is willing to let go of her royal status and all for the sake of her love, as she would be soon marrying a common man.

Check out this lovely story, which makes us realise that money is not the only thing that is important for a living, but it is 'Love' that matters!

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Read on to know more about this beautiful princess...


She Is The Granddaughter Of Emperor Akihito

Princess Mako is a 25 year old who is the granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, and is the eldest daughter of Prince Akishino. She is all set to marry Kei Komuro.


He Stole Her Heart…

Kei is a graduate student who works at a law firm and Mako is well...a princess! The man who won the princess' heart was a fellow student at the International Christian University in Tokyo, where the Princess also graduated.


Their Love Blossomed At…

The two are said to have met while attending a study-abroad event, about five years ago. It was at a restaurant that the two students hit it off pretty well.


Kei (Her Fiancé) Is Quite A Popular Face As Well...

The princess's fiancé has some royal blood in him as well. He is said to have once starred in a beach tourism advertisement for the city of Fujisawa and he was deemed as the ‘Prince of the Sea.'


She Is Willing To Let Go Of Her Royal Status To Be With Him…

Mako will have to let go of her royal status to marry the love of her life and she will be called a "commoner" after marriage.

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Her Ascension Will Be Limited…

However, her ascension towards the Chrysanthemum Throne will be limited, since it is only passed on to the male heir.


The Wedding Bells Have Almost Started Ringing…

Since the Japanese wedding procedures are ‘highly ritualized' and extremely ceremonial, it will be a while before the wedding ceremonies actually take place. The couple has already started preparing for their life after marriage.


She Is Not The First One To Do This...

Mako isn't the first person to let go of her royal status for true love, since her aunt, Sayako, did the same thing in 2005, when she married a town planner named Yoshiki Kuroda.

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Story first published: Saturday, May 20, 2017, 19:00 [IST]
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