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For me, it is a mark of a sacrifice for she is choosing her heart/love rather than richess and fame. It is a humble attitude for a Princes to give up of her crown for the person whom she love. Let us just consider her reasons; she love the person so much and same way she needed privacy thats all. having a simple and private life is how a tired known personality long for now a days. so let us respect her decision and let her learn her lessons from her decision.

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May 19, 2017, 09:43:51 AM
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For me, it is a mark of a sacrifice for she is choosing her heart/love rather than richess and fame. It is a humble attitude for a Princes to give up of her crown for the person whom she love. Let us just consider her reasons; she love the person so much and same way she needed privacy thats all. having a simple and private life is how a tired known personality long for now a days. so let us respect her decision and let her learn her lessons from her decision.

Too early to say that. Japan is now a democracy (after the WW2, the western powers overthrew the emperor), with the Royals having hardly any power. If Japan was an absolute monarchy just like Thailand or Saudi Arabia, then in all probability the princess would have chosen her royal status over her love interest.  

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May 19, 2017, 10:48:01 AM
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Japan's Princess Mako is giving up her royal status -- all in the name of love.
The groom-to-be is a prince himself ... of sorts.
The Imperial Household tells CNN plans are underway for the 25-year-old princess, granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, to become engaged to Kei Komuro, also 25, a law firm worker and graduate student who once starred in a tourism campaign as "Prince of the Sea."

The couple met five years ago as students at the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan's national broadcaster NHK reported.
It was while in university that Komuro played the "Prince of the Sea" in a beach tourism campaign for the city of Fujisawa, south of Tokyo.


http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/17/asia/japan-princess-mako-getting-married/index.html

Well I am kind of happy for her finding love and deciding to marry outside of the nobility, everyone even royalty should be free to choose who they wish to marry and I hope she finds happiness. That said maybe it's time she keeps her royal status and they change Imperial household law.
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May 20, 2017, 03:34:45 AM
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Well I am kind of happy for her finding love and deciding to marry outside of the nobility, everyone even royalty should be free to choose who they wish to marry and I hope she finds happiness. That said maybe it's time she keeps her royal status and they change Imperial household law.

The Japanese royal family has been ruling that nation ever since BC 600, and they don't change the rules very often. In 2005, they actually debated about changing the succession laws, but after the birth of Prince Hisahito in 2006, all this was dropped.

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There have been talks about changing the laws to allow female members of the royal family to retain their status when marrying commoners. I think that's practical if they want greater chances of producing an heir.

Not that I care much anyway, I'm not quite fond of royalty.

I guess she was disappointed with the royal life, after the birth of Prince Hisahito of Akishino. Before that, it was widely speculated that she would one day be named as the empress. After it became clear that she would never became the empress, she gave up the royal privileges.
Royal title is not that important when it has no real power behind it. It is money which gives you real status nowadays anyway.

It would be much harder for her, or anyone, if instead of royal title they need to give up all money and work like normal people.

Money = real power. It is not Middle Ages anymore to care about empty titles.

True. For a long time the nobility in many countries has stuck up their noses at the merchant class, looking at them as no better than just peasants with better nutrition. In fact in Japan prior to modernizing, sumptuary laws ensured that merchants would have a hard time enjoying their hard-earned money that they ended up splurging all their cash on extravagant dishes instead!  Angry

Those days are over, the merchant class rule the world now. Take that nobles!  Grin

The Japanese royal family may be the most endangered of its kind in the world. There are just four individuals in the line of succession for the throne, and only one of them is less than 50 years old. Perhaps they should seriously consider adopting members from the other royal families (a practice which they abandoned during the allied occupation after the WW2).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_of_succession_to_the_Japanese_throne

I didn't bother opening the link but aside from the royal family, do Japan still have a nobility like they do in England where the royal family can marry into?
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May 20, 2017, 10:38:13 AM
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I have read this news 2 days ago and was also shock about this news and also find it unfair when i also read that if this situation happens on a guy royalty he would not lose his royalty

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May 20, 2017, 03:04:00 PM
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I have read this news 2 days ago and was also shock about this news and also find it unfair when i also read that if this situation happens on a guy royalty he would not lose his royalty

The rules have been followed for the past 2,600 years and they don't want to change it. According to the rules, only someone with royal blood paternally must be admitted to the royal family. So if a female royal member marries a commoner, then she has to forfeit her status. Anyway, it is up to the Japanese to decide whether they want to change these rules or not.

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That's pretty sweet! Unless she hated her status that is.

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Wow, this is on of the perfect example of true love. Being a princess is a gift and hard to let go but for this girl, she did it easily because of love. More power to this girl. You don't see this everyday guys.

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Wow, this is on of the perfect example of true love. Being a princess is a gift and hard to let go but for this girl, she did it easily because of love. More power to this girl. You don't see this everyday guys.

As far as I understand, she didn't had any other choice. The Japanese royal family is composed of a handful of people, and there are no unmarried males of marriageable age. So she had two choices - remain unmarried and keep the royal status, or to marry and lose the royal privileges.

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Read this news a few weeks ago and I think it's wonderful that many people still believe in true love and happy endings. The beautiful young woman has given up her throne to be with her true love.  Sounds more like a love story drama than a fairytale. But in the end love conquers all.   Wink
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Nice for her and I like her spirit by not go in away of royalty and money but in the way of love and happiness. Really, the scripture is right when said love think no evil, love is long suffering, love is 'kind and love is not puff off. May God bless her home.
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Nice for her and I like her spirit by not go in away of royalty and money but in the way of love and happiness. Really, the scripture is right when said love think no evil, love is long suffering, love is 'kind and love is not puff off. May God bless her home.

It seems to me that she will regret it. She left traditions of her kind. It is not right. In it, the blood of kings flows and this must be appreciated. And love is just an invention

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Nice for her and I like her spirit by not go in away of royalty and money but in the way of love and happiness. Really, the scripture is right when said love think no evil, love is long suffering, love is 'kind and love is not puff off. May God bless her home.



It seems to me that she will regret it. She left traditions of her kind. It is not right. In it, the blood of kings flows and this must be appreciated. And love is just an invention

I think thus kind of bitter thinking is for people who had their hearts broken. Everyone should have a choice of who to love and how to live their lives in whatever that makes them happy. I'm sure there eon't br any regrets here. She may regret it if she did otherwise though.

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Happiness don't come from title and apparently she has been able to define that into her life. It is good for her finding what makes her happy, so her royal status doesn't change that. Nevertheless, for love? This is even little compared to what some other people have done in the past. Only God knows what the future holds, so we can't say if she made a mistake or not and I hope the prince is much in love as she is. Hopefully she finds true happiness at the long run as well.
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This act of the Japanese Princess is certainly worthy of respect, but only sorry that she can't know where it will end. Love she comes and goes, but to abdicate once. Sorry if her marriage falls apart and she will regret her action.

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I'm adore her braveness to fight for love, to choose love over money and power. Its not easy to sacrifice the things she use to in the name of love.

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Its totally true that love is blind. In love you need to sacrifice even your status to be happy to your partner. What a great true love. Someday I will have this kind girl and its cool to have this kind of girl.
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I'm adore her braveness to fight for love, to choose love over money and power. Its not easy to sacrifice the things she use to in the name of love.

She is not going to lose much. The royal family members receive an annual pension from the Japanese government, but they have no real power. Compare this to what they have in Thailand. Someone was just jailed for insulting the king's dog there.

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Still he became a prince before.  Lol.  It is not about the state of life to fall in love.  As they say love conquers all and that does not exempt the princess of Japan.  It is not that fairytales like that could happen.  Ordinary man falls inlove with the princess.  After all he is a lawyer so it means he have a career ahead of him.  Good way to start a family.

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