The fiance of Princess Mako, the niece of Emperor Naruhito, whose marriage was delayed for more than three years due to ‘money problems’, has returned to Japan temporarily.
According to Japanese media such as NHK, Komuro, who had studied at a law school in New York State, returned to Korea after about three years and met her fiance Princess Mako.
The Japanese Imperial Household Agency is known to be preparing a press conference for the two, and it seems that their wedding plans will be officially announced at this event.
The two, who were college classmates, announced their engagement in September 2017 after dating for five years, and planned to get married the following year, but the marriage was postponed as weekly newspapers reported on Komuro’s mother’s financial problems.
Princess Mako, conscious of the negative public opinion on marriage due to Komuro’s mother’s financial problems, etc., said that she would not receive up to 1.6 billion won in settlement money in the name of ‘maintaining dignity’, which is paid when a female royal family marries an ordinary person. known to have been revealed.
YTN Kyungah Lee ([email protected])
[저작권자(c) YTN & YTN plus 무단전재 및 재배포 금지]