Mako Komuro, the former Japanese princess, moved to New York City last year with her husband, Kei Komuro. And now, she just secured a job at one of the largest art museums in the world.
Per Japan Times, Mako is now a curator assistant at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She works on a volunteer basis (and therefore, doesn't get paid), but her position is still important. The former royal is helping prepare a new Asian exhibition at The Met, which follows a monk’s journey through Japan as he learns about Buddhism.