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Mako and Kei Komuro: Your new life in New York can begin

Former Princess Mako and her civil husband Kei Komuro landed in New York. Terrific: At the start, the couple can look forward to a special gift.

New York – Former Princess Mako Komuro, 30, and her husband have left Japan to start a new life in the United States.
The couple flew from Tokyo Haneda Airport towards a new life in the Big Apple, reveals *.
Kei Komuro (30) works there as an employee in a law firm.

Apparently the latest developments in a financial dispute in the run-up to the wedding * have accelerated the departure. For four years a dispute, which according to “Kyoto News” was about 30,000 euros, part of which was supposedly used to finance Kei Komuro’s education, delayed the wedding and led to negative reports that made Mako downright ill * .

About 100 reporters had gathered at Tokyo Airport to catch a glimpse of the couple striding seriously through the departure lounge. The newlyweds didn’t smile at each other until they got near the gate.

In a big heartfelt act, the niece of Emperor Naruhito * (61) had renounced the usual traditional rituals for the wedding and refused a lump sum of around 1,150,000 euros *, which would have been granted to her for the royal departure.

Kei had returned to Japan from the United States for the first time in more than three years in late September. After the simple wedding *, the couple lived in a condominium in Tokyo, with Komuro allegedly working for the New York law firm that is supposed to make a living. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

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