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In pictures: Princess Mako marries after overcoming hardships

Photos offer look back at her 30 years as part of Japan's imperial family

Japan's former Princess Mako and her new husband, Kei Komuro, hold a news conference after marrying on Oct. 26. (Pool photo)

TOKYO -- Japan's Princess Mako married Kei Komuro on Tuesday, the couple having filed the official paperwork the same day. They later held a news conference at a Tokyo hotel. Mako is expected to be relocating to New York, where Komuro works at a law firm in the city.

Here is a photo retrospective of the 30-year-old eldest daughter of Prince Akishino and Princess Kiko.

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