Shocking revelations about ex-Japanese princess behavior prior to wedding and warning to civil concubines
November 3, 2021
More than a week has passed since Princess Mako left the royal family to marry a simple friend, and the media and the public haven’t stopped paying special attention to the couple.
Recently, an article on Yahoo Japan revealed shocking information that Mako’s mind was unstable ahead of a wedding day press conference. According to an inside source, the former Japanese princess panicked, and sometimes even angry, at her parents before the wedding day.
Mako was previously diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which resulted from investigation and public pressure over her marriage to boyfriend Kei Komuro when his family was in trouble. Mako almost had to cancel the press conference because she felt extremely nervous and stressed.
Meanwhile, Kei Komuro has also received many warnings of the bleak future after this bourgeois son-in-law failed the bar exam in New York, United States. Kazuma Higuchi, a lawyer licensed in Japan and New York, warned Kei Komuro that he could only work in the United States until May 2022 if he fails the next exam.
Higuchi says Komuro could get a work visa if he passes the exam and qualifies as a lawyer. If he fails the exam, Komuro can only work as an assistant and can no longer work in the US, especially until May next year. Meanwhile, another attorney also warned Komuro that the pass rate on the second exam was very low, only about 60% versus the pass rate of 78% on the first exam.
According to the lawyer, English is challenging for Japanese people and typically less than 50% of Japanese people meet the requirements. Komuro only has a few months to work and study for the exam, the success rate is extremely low.
“Kei Komuro is the Legal Secretary of a second rate law firm in New York. Obtaining certifications is extremely important if Kei is to become a lawyer. Mako will therefore have to save more to cover the cost of living in New York until Kei succeeds“Said a lawyer.
After more than a week of marriage, Mako and her simple husband have still not found peace in their married life as they face many challenges from the media, public opinion and financial pressures.
Source: Yahoo JP