Masako Owada, Princess

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Name
Masako Owada, Princess Gender: F
born on 9 December 1963
Place Tokyo, Japan, 35n42, 139e46
Timezone JST h9e (is standard time)
Data source
Date w/o time
Rodden Rating X
Collector: Rodden
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_sagcol.18.gif 16°18' s_mo.18.gif s_libcol.18.gif or s_vircol.18.gif



Princess Masako Owada

Biography

Japanese royalty with her marriage to Prince Naruhito.

When they met at a 1986 palace reception, he reportedly knew that Masako was the one for him. Unfortunately, she was on her way to Oxford, from where he had just returned, and it was five years before they married, 6/09/1993.

Masako is the eldest of three girls born to Hisashi, a vice Foreign Minister. She was a budding scholar, diplomat and career woman, and she did not consent to marriage until she had completed her education. On 12/12/1992 she agreed to marry Naruhito, known affectionately as Hito, and their engagement was announced on 1/19/1993. Since then, she spent four mornings a week taking lessons in topics that ranged from Constitutional law to classical poetry, as required for imperial brides.

By 1998, they had not yet produced a male heir for the Chrysanthemum Throne. Hito's younger brother, Prince Fumihito, had only daughters and a son is necessary to continue the dynasty that has run unbroken for 26 centuries. Masako has a miscarriage in December 1999 and hopes were again high in April 2001 when news was released that she was again expecting. No potential heir to the Chrysanthemum Throne has been born since 1972.

Link to Wikipedia biography

Events

  • Family : Abortion/ Miscarriage December 1999 (Lost a baby)
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Source Notes

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Categories

  • Traits : Mind : Education extensive (Oxford, plus royal training)
  • Family : Childhood : Family noted (Dad a diplomatic minister)
  • Family : Relationship : Mate - Noted (Prince Haruhito)
  • Family : Parenting : Birthing - Fertility problems (Childless)
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