Princess Mako to lose Japan royal status by marrying commoner

Japan’s imperial law requires a princess to leave the royal … and the emperor’s younger brother, Prince Masahito. After news of Princess Mako’s upcoming engagement broke, Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga was quoted by Reuters news agency as saying …
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