After giving up the royal titles and moving to New York City, Japan’s former princess Mako was spotted with her husband. The couple is exploring their new home. Earlier Mako has married Kei Komuro who is working at a law firm in New York. The duo was found in green and grey ensembles with face masks.
The couple was relocated to New York City after their low-key wedding ceremony. According to Japan’s royal law, the princess has to “leave the imperial family upon marriage to a commoner.” At that time the princess also has to turn down the $1.3 million payouts that she received Japanese government. This is the money that is usually paid to the royal women who lose their royal status due to marrying a commoner.
Mako and Komuro arrived in New York City in November. It was just after a few weeks of their wedding. They have rented an apartment. It is heard that Komuro failed the bar exam and now planning to retake the exam. After graduating from Fordham University’s law school, Komuro is working at a law firm. The couple first met at a restaurant in Shibuya while attending a study-abroad event.
Previously Mako said, “For me, Kei is irreplaceable — marriage was a necessary choice for us. I love Mako. We only get one life, and I want us to spend it with the one we love,” said Komuro. “I feel very sad that Mako has been in a bad condition, mentally and physically, because of the false accusations.”