She Gave Up Her Royal Title To Marry A Commoner

Their Happily Ever After

The newlyweds decided not to go on a honeymoon to celebrate their marriage, but instead, they are set on starting on the path to their happily ever after. Moriya had his eyes on the future when he told reporters, “I would like to support her firmly and, and in hand, build a happy family with lots of laughter.” The young bride added, “I am awed by how blessed I am.”

One of the reasons they are happy is that the Princess was able to keep one thing even though she gave up her title. She was given a one-time allowance…sort of a severance pay…of $950,000 to help her and her new husband set up their new life.

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