What happens when you fall in love?
Your world becomes beautiful and you feel like spending your whole life with that special person. You become a poet and start reciting beautiful lines, while wondering where the lines are actually coming from. You become a better human being and people around you start wondering what happened to you suddenly?
You start living in another world, and start acting like mad, sometimes. But that's what love brings. It makes you go crazy, it makes you do strange things. Love is just like water which flows towards the slope.
Love is pristine and powerful, can't be expressed in words. It makes people take bold decisions, as the feeling makes you fearless.
This is what happened with the Princess Mako of Japan, when she decided to marry a commoner. Her decision to marry a commoner has caught world attention.
Now who's the man who stole princess' heart? And what could be the reason behind it?
Is it his cooking skills? Yes, he is very passionate about cooking. So, the road to a woman's heart is through her stomach! LOL. Things have changed. Being a princess, Mako probably can't cook, so it's a pretty good match!
Others things that interest Kei Komuro include skiing and playing the violin.He works as a Legal Assistant.
According to The Telegraph, princess Mako and Kei, both 25, reportedly met during their university studies at a restaurant and fell in love. They courted for five years before making the news public.
Soon the royal family will make an official announcement regarding engagement.
Earlier, Sayako, another princess of the royal family married a commoner in 2005. She fell in love with civil servant Yoshuki Karuda whom she married.
At present, Princess Mako works as a researcher at a museum following her graduation with a master's degree in museum and gallery studies at the University of Leicester.
Japan's monarchy started in 60 BC and is the oldest in the world. The monarchy doesn't allow women to be the rulers. The family has 16 members with only four male members. It's shrinking and is a worrying issue for the family, and the people of Japan.
The 82-year old emperor recently announced that he may retire in the near future because of his age.
The family wishing Happy New Year to the people of Japan.
Sophisticated, cultured and refined.
Akishino, born in 2006, is the youngest prince and the future emperor of Japan.
The princess is going to lose royal status and the benefits that come with it. The benefits include regular allowance and of course a royal lifestyle. Now, she will have to pay taxes, earn a salary and live in a two bedroom apartment. But what's that compared to love? Nothing.
Love conquers all.