Long ago, Princess Yuko and her knight, Harold, fell deeply in love, but their social stations kept them apart. So they swore that in the next life, they’d be together. Now reborn in the modern world, Yuko has been searching for Harold for nearly forty years. Just as she’s on the verge of giving up, she finds him, only to discover… he’s still in high school?!
Source: Seven Seas
𝐑𝐄𝐕𝐈𝐄𝐖 >>> I don't usually like to read age gap romance but, this was so cute and heartwarming it made me cry. In this manga Age gap may look like it is too big (actually it is) so many readers might find it disturbing but trust me after reading this you will make exception for this one...♥️
A strange but cute age-gap romance. Once upon a time, a princess fell in love with her knight who was 10 years older than her, but their relationship wasn't mean to be. A strange twist of fate has them being reincarnated in modern times, but this time, she's older than he is. It's cute and funny and very straightforward that it's about a nearly-40yo woman coming to terms with being in love with a teenager- sort of. Physically, she is 22 years older than him. (She's 39, he's 17.) But their mental-age gap is actually 12 years, and when you've both been reincarnated and are technically adults, things get a little 'meh' on the subject of age gaps. We don't even know how old they lived to be in their past lives, for certain. That aside, the art is on the lower end of the artistic scale, loads of blank space and awkward expressions, but it isn't garbage tier. Just below average. The story is kind of bland, I mean you get most of the story in the first two chapters and then it's not very interesting anymore. The characters are cute, but their main 'feature' of sorts is the age gap and their two-dimensional 'knight' and 'princess' personas from their past life- as if they didn't change at all despite living a whole new life in a new country/world. It's cute but meh.
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