Prince ‘Ulukalala (26), second in line to the Tongan throne, is courting Hon Sinaitakala Tu’imatamoana Fakafanua (24).
via Prince ‘Ulukalala to wed Hon Sinaitakala Fakafanua.
My prayers are with you Prince Ulukalala and Adi Sinaitakala as you prepare for your big day. May God richest blessing be upon you too.
I thought Tonga is modernise now, to marry your own blood is very wrong. Hope their kids will turn out to be normal, cos this is way back in the old dark and cannibal age.
The King of Tonga should have some sense of decency to prevent this matter from starting he also needs to modulate this custom because its not appropriate and certainly a sin.. so what if they get married to outsiders? let them follow their hearts, let them experience the outside life.. because they’ve got far more opportunities ahead of them. I mean why can’t he just marry his sister or first female cousin? how would that feel? exactly. I hope one day a member of the royal family will stand up to this matter and make adjustments.. I mean now, we are living in a civilise yet modernise world, but it looks like the King ain’t a civilise & a responsible person. This situation in fact ain’t right in today’s society and if that’s the case, Tonga might as well have a law stating they are allowed to marry their own family members. Its really disgusting and old history. I feel the King is being greedy in terms of keeping the royal blood, I want him to know that if he passes away he’ll pass away knowing he accomplish something right and acceptable like not allowing royal members courting or marrying each other! And as for those two Hon. Ulukalala and Hon. Sinaitakala, I hope one day you will realise what you are doing is wrong. Who cares about what your ancestors did, just do your own thing and take responsibility for your own actions. I guess the Royal Family do not believe in the Christianity belief because of the lame activities they are experiencing. Think before you all ACT!
You’re absolutely right, i was so disgusted when i looked at the photos on Matangitong, how aunty Siu’ilikutapu dancing away withe the two young nephews, how appauling and disgusted to present a niece to a nephew. Where is christianty in her??. Lets hope one day this out of date stupitdity will wipe out from our lovely culture.
who you to judge if you dont like what you saw then mind your own business and do your own thing cos at the end of the day nothing is gonna changed the wedding will go ahead as planned get a life will you?
don’t worry their kids will be beautiful just like the Prince and the Princess.
The deserve the best! ♥
in·cest/ˈinsest/Noun: Sexual relations between people classed as being too closely related to marry each other.The crime of having sexual intercourse with a parent, child, sibling, or grandchild.Call it what you want but in this day and age it’s called incest regardless of your race, religion, lifestyle, IQ, income, status, age, etc…I am only stating the fact of the matter. This has nothing to do with being a perfect human being or the ancestral lineage of Tonga. The Royal family is tearing into the very core of what is believed to be sacred amongst the Tongan people and this is the reason for the disappointment and disagreement. I believe that the Tongan people have every right to voice their opinion about this matter as they are the ones that look to the Royal family as the foundation of Tongan society, Tongan royals should be held accountable for their actions as leaders of Tongan people. They are not separate and divided from the Tongan people, for it is the Tongan people that rise up in their honor when Royal obligations/duties call. So why are the Tongan people being quieted when they are right in speaking out to the Royals about what they believe to be true as a Tongan people?
who cares who they marry?? just worry about your damn self.. if u dnt like dnt look at the pictures its EASY as that.. and stop being a HATER!!
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