Will have to give up royal status
A report in Reuters reported that Prince Ayako, 27, of Japan has fallen in love with Kei Moriya, 32, an ordinary Japanese citizen. And she is going to marry him soon. KE works in a shipping firm. In Japan, if a princess marries a commoner outside the royal family, her royal status is legally withdrawn from her. However, if a prince does this, then his royal status is not affected, he remains intact.
history will be repeated
Earlier in September last year, Ayako's cousin Princess Mako also got engaged to her college friend Kei Komuro, a common Japanese citizen. It was then that it came to the fore that his royal status would be lost. Thus, this will be the second time in Japan that the royal status of a princess will be taken away. According to reports, Ayako is getting married on October 29 at the Meiji Jingu Temple in Tokyo. After this she will leave the royal family with bonus. Yes, on leaving the royal status, he will get a bonus of one million dollars from the royal family, which is equal to about 6 crore 85 lakh rupees. At the same time, his sister Princess Mako and her fiancée Kei Komuro, who were earlier to wed in November this year, will now marry in 2020 after King Akihito abdicates.
who is princess ayako
This Japanese princess Ayako has a master's degree in social welfare. According to royal family sources, Ayako was introduced to her future husband Kei Moriya by mother Princess Takamodo in December last year. Takamodo already knew Kei's family. Kei and Ayako both have very similar hobbies. Both are fond of global welfare, skiing, books and travelling. In Japan, women from the royal family do not have the right to sit on the throne. Although there was a phase when discussions started on handing over the throne to women due to the lack of male heirs, it ended with the birth of Prince Hisahito in 2006, and now in May 2019 the following year, Prince Naruhito took over from King Akihito. will sit on the throne. After Naruhito, the right to sit on the throne will belong to Hishito.