Japan’s Princess Mako postpones wedding to fiance

Japan's Princess Mako postpones wedding to fiance

Japan’s Princess Mako is suspending her wedding ceremony resulting from “lack of preparation.”

The 26-year-old Japanese royal will delay her marriage to Kei Komuro till no less than 2020, based on CNN.

“I want to consider marriage extra deeply and concretely and provides ample time to arrange our marriage and for after the wedding,” Princess Mako stated in a press release.

“We really feel extraordinarily sorry for inflicting nice bother and additional burden to those that have willingly supported us,” she added.

Princess Mako and Komuro have been to turn out to be formally engaged in March earlier than marrying Nov. four. The Imperial Family Company confirmed the couple nonetheless intend to tie the knot.

“The intention of the 2 to get married hasn’t modified in any respect,” company official Takakaru Kaji stated, based on the Japan Instances.

Princess Mako and Komuro first met at Worldwide Christian College in 2012, and introduced their intent to marry in November. Princess Mako, the eldest granddaughter of Emperor Akihito, will go away the imperial household to wed Komuro.

Japanese imperial regulation dictates a princess should surrender her royal standing upon marriage to a commoner. Komuro, who as soon as starred because the “Prince of the Sea” in a tourism marketing campaign, works as a authorized assistant.