Japanese princess abandons title for love
For the second time, a Japanese princess gives up her royal title for the love and marriage of a member of the general public.
The Japanese princess announced her intention to marry a member of the public and abandon her royal status for love, the second after the granddaughter of Akihito, Japan’s current emperor, to give up her royal title to marry a young man from the general public.
Princess Iooka intends to marry Hu Ky Moraya, in his third decade, and works for a shipping company.
According to the Japanese Imperial Family Agency, the two Koreas are scheduled to be held between Iooka and Moraya in October.
The princess is attributed to the late Prince Takamodo, the cousin of Kihito, Japan’s current emperor, and will leave the royal family after exchanging the marriage contract with a reward of one million US dollars.
The Japanese constitution states that women should renounce their royal title if they want to marry outside the royal family, while the law does not force men to do so, and women are prevented from assuming the throne according to the Japanese constitution.
The Japanese princess, Mako Akishino, the granddaughter of Akihito, Japan’s current emperor, had previously decided to give up her royal title in order to marry a young man from the general public who also met her during her university studies.