publish date 1970-01-01 03:00:00
Princess Aiko, the only daughter of Japanese Emperor Naruhito, said that participating in the ritual as a member of the imperial family is still somewhat stressful for her, and stressed that marriage is currently still a distant idea, according to the Reuters website.
At her first press conference, Echo, who spoke carefully and smiled shyly at times, said she was mainly focused on her studies at the moment, and that the fact that she was an adult royal was teetering on.
The Japanese imperial family became the center of global attention last year when former Princess Mako, Aiko’s 30-year-old cousin, defied widespread opposition to marrying her college sweetheart, after being diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).PTSD) due to the pressures of her turbulent engagement.
Mako’s marriage to Kei Komuro, a commoner working in a New York law firm, meant renouncing her title and leaving the royal family under the imperial family’s rules.
While a woman cannot inherit the Japanese throne and royal life, Aiko’s mother, Empress Masako, has given up her life as a diplomat, struggling for years with what the palace calls an “adjustment disorder”.
Weeks after her marriage, the former princess was seen Mako at the home furnishings store where she spent about an hour and a half shopping for bath towels, coat hangers, organizer baskets, some paper towels, and other items, and later moved to the USA with her husband, where he works as a law firm.
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