Former Japanese princess Mako and her new normal husband, Kei Komuro, have moved into a luxury apartment upstairs in a luxury apartment while living in the Big Apple.
30-year-old newlyweds, John F. On reaching Kennedy Airport, they were seen carrying their luggage to a luxury apartment building on 52nd Street on Sunday. Daily Mail reports.
One-bedroom apartments in the building – which overlooks the Hudson River and some distance from Central Park – currently rent at least $ 4,300 a month.
According to the building’s website, 392 apartments in the complex completed in 2017 have panoramic views of the city.
The building also features a rooftop lounge, fitness center, spa, library and golf simulator.
The couple moved to a condo in Tokyo after their low-key wedding last month before moving to New York permanently.
Japanese media reported at the time that the newlyweds would rent a one-bedroom apartment.
The couple become financially independent after Mako rejected a $ 1.23 million payment after he gave up his royal title to marry Komuro.
Mako’s husband, who has not yet passed the state bar exam, currently works at the Lowenstein Sandler law firm’s Manhattan offices.
According to Japanese public broadcaster NHK, Crown Prince Fumihito’s eldest daughter and Emperor Naruhito’s niece is in the process of obtaining a visa.
The couple met a decade ago while attending Tokyo’s International Christian University.
But his wedding plan, announced in 2017, has been plagued by controversy over a financial dispute involving Komuro’s mother.
In the face of years of criticism, they decided not to have a formal wedding ceremony.
The couple held a press conference shortly after the wedding, this time Mako said: “For me, Kei-san is a precious person. For us, our marriage is a necessary choice for us to live our hearts.
Komuro responded: “I love Mako. I only live once and I want to spend it with those I love.
“I hope to have a warm family with Mako-san, and I will continue to do everything to support her,” she said.