Princess Aiko has grown up at the age of 20!Long dress appeared on Aunt Dai’s crown, saving 6.86 million yuan and won praise
The only daughter of Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako of Japan, “Princess Aiko” turned 20 years old on December 1 this year, and the coming-of-age ceremony was held on December 5th. Princess Aiko appeared in front of the media in a formal long dress and a diamond crown for the first time, and expressed her deep gratitude to all those who participated in her life journey. Emperor Naruhito personally awarded the highest-level female royal medal, the “Treasure Crown and Great Ribbon Medal.” . This is also a rite of passage for the Japanese imperial family for 7 years. The last time the ceremony was held was “Princess Kako”, the daughter of Emperor Naruhito’s younger brother, Prince Fumihito. Princess Aiko was born in the Imperial Household Agency Hospital on December 1, 2001. The Japanese imperial family currently stipulates that women have no inheritance rights. If the rules change, Princess Aiko may become the first queen in Japanese history. As the only heir of Emperor Naruhito, Princess Aiko received a lot of attention after she was born. She was fat and cute when she was young. She was once named the cutest princess, but she was criticized for lack of intimacy because she rarely smiled in front of the camera. Princess Aiko was bullied by her classmates due to her identity problems during school, and she did not want to go to school. Finally, with the company of her mother, Queen Masako, she was willing to return to school. His appearance is often compared with his cousins, Princess Mako and Princess Kako. When she was 15 years old, she suddenly became thinner, and outsiders speculated that it might be related to campus bullying and gossip. According to Japanese royal practice, female members of the royal family can get a brand new custom-made crown when they are adults. However, Princess Aiko considered the impact of the epidemic on the country’s economy and decided to borrow her aunt, Princess Kiyoko, to leave the crown when she got married, and make an appointment to help the royal family save money. 28 million yen (approximately NT$ 6.86 million), which has received many favorable comments.