Japanese Princess Mako arrived in Paro, Bhutan

Japanese Princess Mako is welcomed by Princess Euphelma of Bhutan at Paro International Airport on June 1, 2017, at the start of her nine-day official visit to Bhutan. Japanese Princess Mako, the oldest of Emperor Akihito's grandchildren, arrived for a nine-day official visit to Bhutan, during which she is expected to meet with King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck and Queen Jetsun Pema.
Princess Mako of Akishino is welcomed by King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Queen Jetsun Pema and Princess Euphelma of Bhutan
Princess Mako of Akishino is welcomed by King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Queen Jetsun Pema and Princess Euphelma of Bhutan
Princess Mako of Akishino is welcomed by King Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, Queen Jetsun Pema and Princess Euphelma of Bhutan

15 comments:

  1. Does the outfit come from Queen Elizabeths closet?

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    1. Non ,sinon elle aurait le chapeau...

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  2. Tão beautiful young woman 😜

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  3. She dresses way too old. Like a modest 50-year old matron. That's probably the way they are in Japan.

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    1. There is absolutely nothing wrong with dressing conervatively. She looks lovely, not a hair out of place and the clothing fits well, versus looking too trendy or tight or short. Others could take a lesson from her.

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  4. Poor Mako. How old is she? I bet, she would love to wear something more stylish than the etiqette of Japan demands. Strong traditions.
    Beautiful silks and colours in Bhutan!

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  5. What a pity that Mako didn't wear a beautiful kimono.

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  6. She is going to marry a "commoner" and will lose her royal status so I guess then she will be able to wear what she likes! Freedom!

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  7. We Japanese wants to see Princess Mako wears a more lovely dress.
    However, the malicious grandmother (the Empress) does not permit it.
    All women of the Akishino Family always wear quiet clothes not to attract attention.

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    1. Makoto, there are wonderful traditions and characters in and about Japan, which I truly admire about your beautiful country. But I am sure for this one (royal etiquette/fashion): it will change in future for the better of the younger Royals. Don't you think so?

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    2. Thank you for your reply.
      I hope so too.
      but....

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  8. Good to keep tradition in world of style

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  9. Good to keep tradition in world of style

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  10. Come on people, she can't pick what she wears. Kiko arranges all of her daughters' clothes.

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