The princess of Japan will not take the money received for leaving the royal family, decided to marry a childhood friend
Princess Mako of Japan wants to fulfill her dream of marrying a common man. She won't even take the millions of dollars she gets for leaving the royal family. Princess Mako is giving up her status as a member of the royal family due to her childhood fiancée being a common man. This marriage has been in controversy for the last four years.
Princess Mako, 29, granddaughter of former Japanese emperor Akihito, announced her marriage to her friend Kei Komuro in 2017. The marriage was postponed due to Komuro's mother starting a financial dispute with her former fiancée. According to Japanese broadcaster AHK, this wedding can now take place in October.
Princess Mako decided to forgo the payment of about ten crore rupees
If any girl of the royal family marries a common man, her royal status does not remain. At the end of this status, he was to be paid 13.5 lakh dollars (about ten crore rupees). Princess Mako has decided to forgo this payment. The government also agrees with the princess's decision to forgo payments.
After marriage, this couple is planning to settle in America
The royal family's agency was not available to comment. According to Japanese media, Princess Mako's fiancé Komuro was recently seen in New York. His picture was also posted on Twitter by some Japanese people. According to the media, the couple is planning to settle in America after marriage. Under Japan's male-only royal succession law, female members of the royal family lose their status if they marry commoners.