She is the daughter of Crown Prince Fumihito and niece of Emperor Naruhito and she married commoner Kei Komuro, lawyer by profession, a month ago. Princess Mako, who left her home and family on her wedding day with the one she loves since college, has moved to New York. And we have some news!
She does her shopping, a week after moving in
While Mako was forced to relinquish her title of princess, and her annuities (estimated at $ 1.2 million), she quickly acclimated to her new life, barely a week after arriving in the Big Apple.
The Daily Mail followed her on her errands in the specialty home store Bed, Bath & Beyond. Our colleagues said that after an hour and a half in the shop, the princess offered herself bath towels, hangers, storage baskets, paper towels and other items for her move in. On the way home, dressed in a long forest green coat, black top and blue jeans, she reportedly got lost in Hell’s Kitchen.
Without protection in New York?
A new life for the 30-year-old young woman, who has lived through hell for several years in Japan, due to media pressure around her controversial couple. After studying at the University of Leicester, and Edinburgh, UK, his love story caused an uproar upon his return.
No doubt delighted to find a little simplicity, Mako was pushing her own cart in the store last Friday, and she had no bodyguard with her. When he got home, his man allegedly helped him with his 4 shopping bags. On the weekends, he joined her for a stroll in Bryant Park, under the sun.
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