World The ex-princess mako wants to create "a loving family in a peaceful environment"
Japan princess overcomes money scandal, PTSD to marry college sweetheart
Japan princess overcomes money scandal, PTSD to marry college sweetheartTOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Princess Mako will marry a commoner in a subdued ritual on Tuesday after a three-year engagement plagued by scandal and media speculation, which has left the 29-year-old niece of the emperor with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The former Princess Mako of Japan and her husband Kei Komuro gave a press conference on Tuesday after their marriage was formalized.
They each covered an alliance. Sign that they were-fin-husband and woman. On Tuesday, October 26, 2021, the same day of the announcement of the formalization of their marriage - which was limited, given the situation, to validate a declaration to the town hall, the Princess Mako of Japan and Kei Komuro held a press conference of a dozen minutes at the Grand Arc Hanzomon hotel located opposite the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. This meeting with the journalists consisted of a married speaker, and then they gave their written answers to five questions preceded before. This formula has been retained at the last moment. Originally, the couple had to respond verbally to these questions, but one of them, in particular shocked the daughter of the Prince Cherier Fumihito of Akishino and Princess Kiko, this one that can give the impression that information incorrect were true.
Japan's Princess Mako is going ahead with wedding to commoner Kei Komuro. Not everyone approves
Since Japan's Princess Mako and Kei Komuro announced their engagement in 2017, their union has been mired in scandal, public disapproval and tabloid frenzy. Here's why.But since Japan's Princess Mako and Kei Komuro announced their engagement in 2017, their union has been mired in scandal, public disapproval and tabloid frenzy.
Mako suffered from not being able to restore the Truth
speaking first, the granddaughter of the former Emperor Akihito and niece of the current Emperor Naruhito,, said , according to the words reported by the Japanese press agency " ": "I recognize that there are various points of view concerning my marriage with Kei. It is for me an irreplaceable presence. The wedding was an option we had to take to continue living while carefully protecting our hearts. " For his part, his husband explained that he loved Mako and wanted to live the only life he has with the person he loves.
The ex-Princess Mako -en marrying a roturier she lost her title and is excluded from the imperial family - wanted to clarify that she had prompted her boyfriend to continue her studies in the United States for installation there. Due to the hostility of many Japanese as to their couple, while rumors claimed that he had made unilateral decisions without worrying about his feelings. The young woman suffered from being able to give her version of the facts, having the impossibility of expressing themselves on this subject because of her position in the imperial family. She revealed to have been "horrified, terrified and sad as false information had been taken as a fact and that unfounded stories had spread." The couple confirmed that the mental health of Mako -A complex post-traumatic stress was diagnosed with it had been affected by this denigration campaign against their Union. And it is the same from Kei's mother whose alleged financial problems have motivated the hostility of many against his son as a future husband of a woman of the imperial family.
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"We will start a new life together. I know there will be different types of difficulties in our lives, but I would like to overcome them together as we have done so far, "said the old princess that is now named Mako Komuro. And add that what she wants now is to create a "loving family in a peaceful environment". Let's hope that his voluntary exile in the US will allow him.
Japan's Princess Mako has given up her royal status to marry her 'commoner' boyfriend after a four-year engagement .
In the lead-up to marrying her college sweetheart, the former Japanese royal suffered PTSD from the intense media scrutiny they both faced.The wedding, which followed a four-year-long engagement, comes weeks after the Imperial Royal Household announced the princess had suffered post-traumatic stress disorder from the public scrutiny surrounding her relationship, Japan's public broadcaster reported.