Foreign media reports that Princess Mako, the granddaughter of the Japanese Emperor, has married her school friend Ki Kamuro and left the royal family. About 4 years ago, the couple announced their engagement.
The marriage was postponed after it was reported that Ki Kamuro's mother was involved in a major money laundering scandal. According to foreign reports, their marriage was very simple. According to Japanese custom, a woman from the Japanese royal family becomes an ordinary citizen after marrying an ordinary man.
He was then offered $ 1.3 million, which Mako reportedly refused. She was the first female member of the royal family to reject the royal family and money.
After the marriage, Comro, the husband of Princess Mako, will move to the United States to work as a lawyer. This incident introduces the Japanese and compares it to the departure of the British royalty Harry-Megan from the royal family.
The newlyweds are already nicknamed "Harry and Megan of Japan".