Japan’s former princess Mako departs for life in the U.S.

Japan’s former princess Mako who married her college sweetheart last month and gave up her royal title, departed the country to start a new life as ordinary citizens in the U.S.

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After a controversial wedding, Japan’s Princess Mako prepares for life after the imperial family

Princess Mako’s story may remind you of Harry and Meghan’s departure from their royal roles. The niece of the emperor of Japan was married this week, a union that’s been highly controversial, long-postponed, and which led to her exit from the imperial family. Lucy Craft has the story from Tokyo.

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Japan’s Princess Mako Marries Commoner, Leaves Royal Family

Princess Mako married her college sweetheart, Kei Komuro, despite pushback from her family. And now the couple will be heading to the U.S. for a fresh start. NBC News’ Matt Bradley has the details. 

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Japan’s Princess Mako loses royal status after marrying a commoner

Japan’s Princess Mako has lost her royal status after marrying her college sweetheart. CBS News’ Lucy Craft reports from Tokyo.

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La princesa Mako se casa con un plebeyo y pierde su estatus real – Expreso de la Mañana

La princesa japonesa Mako se casó con un plebeyo a quien conoció en la universidad y perdió su estatus real. Esta mañana salió del Palacio despidiéndose de sus padres, el príncipe heredero Akishino y la princesa heredera Kiko, y su hermana.

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Japan’s Princess Mako loses Royal status for marrying boyfriend | DW News

Japanese Princess Mako has quietly married a commoner without traditional wedding celebrations and said their marriage "was a necessary choice to live while cherishing our hearts." The couple’s marriage document was submitted by a palace official Tuesday morning and made official, the Imperial Household Agency said. There was no wedding ceremony, reception banquet or other marriage rituals for the couple.

The marriage to 30-year-old Kei Komuro cost Mako, who turned 30 on Saturday, her royal status as under Japanese law royal women are no longer considered members of the imperial family after marriage. No longer a royal, Mako has now taken the surname of her husband and become Mako Komuro — the first time she has had a family name. In Japan’s imperial family, only male members are given household names, while female members only have titles and must leave if they marry commoners.

It’s a bittersweet moment for the princess, who has grown up within the cloistered world of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. It has arguably been made more difficult by the unrelenting attention of the Japanese tabloid media. Even until hours before Mako was due to marry Komuro, there was little indication of the public or the domestic press relenting in their criticism of the first imperial family wedding in nearly 30 years.

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Japan’s Princess Mako marries university sweetheart, gives up royal status

Japan’s Princess Mako has married her university sweetheart, formally losing her royal status. The granddaughter of Emperor Emeritus Akihito has finally tied the knot after a near three-year delay.

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Japan’s Princess Mako finally marries sweetheart

Japan’s Princess Mako has married her college sweetheart and left the royal family after a years-long engagement beset by intense media scrutiny

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