Well Ladies and Gentlemen see the following, and then reflect on your mother and fathers advice never to marry beneath yourself. I would say that this Urban Planners woebegone parents are furious at this mismatched marriage. I mean, what can she bring to this couple? He is able to plan, design, save whole sections of society (as well as condemning them, but we'll leave that out for now). She can fold paper neatly, birdwatch and dance.
Although should she inherit the imperial palace, they could have a serious crack at urban designing it into the city fabric. Tear down those walls, create some permeability, 20% set aside for social and affordable housing etc.
TOKYO (Reuters) - It's a fairytale in reverse.
Her Imperial Highness Princess Sayako of Japan, scion of one of the world's oldest monarchies, will marry her commoner fianc on November 15, becoming plain Mrs Sayako Kuroda.
Marriage to Yoshiki Kuroda, a Tokyo urban planner, means the only daughter of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko must leave the sequestered environment of the Imperial family for a new life as a housewife