Prince Akishino and Princess Mako visited Budapest museum

Japanese Prince Akishino and his daughter Princess Mako visited a folk museum in Budapest on August 19, 2017, prior to her engagement announcement in Sept. Princess Mako is scheduled to announce her informal engagement with commoner Kei Komuro, a former university classmate, on Sept. 3. Their wedding is expected to take place next year. The Imperial father and daughter are visiting Hungary on their private trip.
Prince Akishino and Princess Mako visited a folk museum in Budapest. Wedding ceremony of Kei Komuro and Princess Mako
Prince Akishino and Princess Mako visited a folk museum in Budapest. Wedding ceremony of Kei Komuro and Princess Mako
Prince Akishino and Princess Mako visited a folk museum in Budapest. Wedding ceremony of Kei Komuro and Princess Mako
Prince Akishino and Princess Mako visited a folk museum in Budapest. Wedding ceremony of Kei Komuro and Princess Mako

4 comments:

  1. Prince Akishino's sister married a 'common' person a few years ago - and since then, she hasn't been seen officially in Japan's imperial family, will the same destiny happen to Princess Mako and her husband,too …… ??

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  2. Yes, Mako will lose her place in the Imperial family when she marries a commoner.

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  3. My first though about Mako´s wedding is that she must be really relieved to get away from her golden imperial cage.

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