She Gave Up Her Royal Title To Marry A Commoner

The Couple Credits Their Mothers For Bringing Them Together

Because it was Princess Ayako’s mother, Princess Hisako, who introduced her daughter to Moriya, the son of her dear friend, Ayako couldn’t help but wonder if her mother had ulterior motives for bringing the two together. She commented, “I don’t know what my mother’s intentions were in introducing him to me, but we became naturally drawn to each other.”

Although Moriya’s mother, Kimie, died unexpectedly in 2015, the happy couple believes that she had a hand in their love story. Ayako noted, “I think we were able to come this far thanks to the wonderful ties started by our mothers.”

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