Japan’s Princess Ayako surrenders royal status to marry a commoner

Princess Ayako married commoner Kei Moriya on Monday at a traditional ceremony at Tokyo’s Meiji Shrine, to become the latest female royal to leave Japan … Ayako told a news conference …
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