Japanese Princess Mako Celebrates Her 26th Birthday

Today is October 23 and Princess Mako celebrates her 26th birthday! Princess Mako of Akishino (born on 23 October 1991 at Imperial Hospital in Chiyoda, Tokyo) is the first child and oldest daughter of Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko. The Princess is expected to marry next year to Kei Komuro. As a result of her marriage, Mako will give up her imperial title and leave the Japanese Imperial Family, as required by law.
Princess Mako is expected to marry next year to Kei Komuro. Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko. Royal wedding for Diamond tiara and necklace
Diamond tiara and necklace for royal wedding. Princess Mako is expected to marry next year to Kei Komuro. Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko
On Oct. 23, 2017, Japanese Princess Mako, the eldest granddaughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, arrived at the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Princess Mako of Akishino visited the imperial couple on her 26th birthday.
Princess Mako is expected to marry next year to Kei Komuro. Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko

6 comments:

  1. Too bad she has to leave the family to marry.

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    1. For her probably a lucky chance! I wish her all the best!

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    2. Agree with you both, Linda and Coralie. It is too bad that the royal household will lose such a charming, well-educated and lovely person. But, based on what we've seen of treatment of women in that household over time, Mako is probably better off leaving.

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  2. I think she has to leave the Japanese Imperial Family and loose her titles, but she has not to leaver her close family.

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    1. Everything about this is so poorly written and confusing. She is not leaving her family, but leaving the Imperial Family since she is giving up her title Not much of a big deal since woman cannot inherit. Her fiance has said that both her parents and grandparents welcomed him into the family. Still part of her family...just not the official royal family. There are very few males left so who knows what will happen. With all due respect, backwards in this day and age.

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  3. Japanese doll....luckely she can escape.

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