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Princess Aiko graduates from Gakushuin University

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Congratulation Lady, wish you the best of luck.

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Conglaturations!

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Congratulations Princess !!..

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Congratulations and おめでとうございます!All the best to you.

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I wonder how much that decorative hand bag costs. You know there are servants off camera who carry whatever the little princess might need.

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Those graduating this year had a tough time with virtual learning. It robbed from them a chunk of the uni life the rest of us enjoyed.

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Great Pic.

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おめでとうございます ganbatta dana!

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Congratulations! You have your future ahead. Good luck, best wishes, God bless.

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Congratulations young lady and the future lies ahead for you.

Good luck and all the best.

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Can't they make a proper picture with her hair correctly made up?

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I'd like to read her thesis!

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Congratulations, Princess Aiko, well done. Good luck and… 頑張って! :)

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Congratulations to her, and best wishes for the future.

I'm very curious to know about her daily life in university. Does her position make it hard to make friends? Do teachers treat her differently? Are there restrictions on how she can spend her free time? It would be fascinating to hear about this.

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Congratulations on an amazing achievement to Her Imperial Highness!

Wishing the Princess all the very best for a fruitful and successful career with the Japanese Red Cross Society.

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Congrats. Now file the diploma in a safe place and get yourself a quality husband that shares your values, sooner rather than later would be my advice!

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Mar. 21  02:14 pm JST Congratulations, Princess Aiko, well done. Good luck and… 頑張って! :)

Why would anyone downvote this(?), smdh. Again, congratulations, Princess, wishing you all the best.

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