The planned marriage between Princess Mako, a niece of Emperor Naruhito, and her boyfriend, Kei Komuro, remains up in the air amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, two years after Komuro began studying at a New York law school.
The wedding was originally scheduled to take place in 2018, but was postponed for two years following a string of reports that Komuro’s mother was having a dispute with her former fiance over money, including her son’s educational expenses, which the man was shouldering.
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