Rebecca and Shirahoshi both have a deep affection for Luffy that has yet to be proved to be romantic. Shirahoshi cherished Luffy as her guardian on Fishman Island and was heartbroken when he decided to go. She also admits that she loves him.
However, this doesn't mean that they are actually romantically involved. In fact, there is no evidence that they even like each other that much. They just feel responsible for each other because of their strong bonds. This is shown when Rebecca saves Shirahoshi from being killed by the Boofy in an attempt to stop her from destroying Dressrohan City. After this incident, Shirahoshi develops feelings for Luffy but he doesn't return them.
In conclusion, Princess Rebecca and Shirahoshi both have a deep affection for Luffy that has yet to be proven to be romantic. There is no evidence that they even like each other that much.
However, Luffy, like other Shounen major characters, may wind up marrying towards the conclusion of the series. Right now, the Pirate Empress, Boa Hancock, is one of his key love possibilities. She meets all of his requirements: she's rich, beautiful, and powerful. Of course, there's also a part of him that wants to see how far he can go against the world's worst pirates before asking someone to marry him.
Luffy has never talked about marriage with anyone. But he does think about it sometimes. And when he does, he asks himself what kind of man he wants to be married to. If you ask me, this shows that Luffy already knows what kind of person he wants to marry.
Now, I mentioned earlier that one of Luffy's key love possibilities is the Pirate Empress, Boa Hancock. He meets her when he goes looking for treasure on an island where she's hiding out. At first, she doesn't trust him because he's just a kid who's been blown up by his father. But after he defeats her old captain in battle, she decides to give him a chance.
They fall in love and plan to get married after he conquers the world with her by her side. This actually happened in a manga called One Piece.
Weakhoshi He then refers to her as "Weakhoshi" since he still considers her a crybaby. Shirahoshi also expresses profound worry for Luffy, such as when he lost a lot of blood from Hody's wound and when Luffy went after Caribou for the stolen valuables. She tries to reassure Shirahoshi that everything will be okay, but she too is worried about her brother.
Luffy calls Weakhoshi "Princess" because of her beautiful appearance and he often uses this term when talking to women (except for his mother).
There are several characters in One Piece whose names are taken from songs. Among them are Nami, who is named after a song by The Shins; Sanji, who is named after a character in a manga by Chizuru Takahashi; and Usopp, who is named after a character in a manga by Togashi Gensai. Also, Robin appears in some episodes as a child and sings songs to help pirates with their problems. These songs are called "Robin Songs".
In conclusion, Weakhoshi's name is derived from a Japanese song.
Luffy is the main character and love interest of the pirate Empress Boa Hancock in the anime/manga series One Piece. He has been loved by many girls since his debut, including Nami, Brook, and Vivi. However, none of them knew that he was actually born into an unknown family named "the Straw Hat Crew". It was only when he was 10 years old that he discovered this fact himself.
Luffy's mother died when he was young, and his father, Usopp, decided to travel around the world with his best friend, Jack Sparrow, looking for treasure. When they failed to find any, they decided to stay together and start a new life on the ocean, where Usopp became a famous pirate named "Luffy".
When Lulua, one of Boa's subordinates, attacked her one day, she was seriously injured and sent flying away from the scene by a mysterious man. After this incident, Boa started calling herself "Empress" and began recruiting more pirates to serve under her. She also gave up her search for the legendary treasure called "The One Piece" that will make its owner immortal.
Luffy and Roger are both pirates who were smiling on the execution platform in Loguetown. Their personalities and character qualities are eerily similar. Later in the anime, we discover that even the Dark King, Rayleigh, supports Luffy and says he reminds him of Gol D. Roger.
So it can be concluded that these two great men had met before they were born. They have been following their dreams since they were young kids and they aren't about to stop now. If anything, they seem to be even more determined than before to become King of the Pirates.