Coronation, Prizes and Awards

Cash prize and awards for preliminary sTATE competitionS;

Awarded Per Division

(Teen, Miss, Ms.)

CRP, Princess of [__] State Cash Prize.....................


Duchess of [___] (Capital City) Cash Prize ...........


Royal Introduction Award..........................................


Princess Evaluation Award..........................................


Regal Honour Award..................................................


Royal Elegance Award............................................


Royal Spokemodel Award....................................


Royal Portrait Award............................................

Offical State Princess Winner


1'st Runner up


Highest score from the Royal Introduction Ceremony 


Highest Interview score Award


Best 'Royal Spring Wear and Athletic Wear' score.


Highest Evening Gown Score


Best Onstage Question Score


Photogenic Award

over $5000

in cash prizes awarded at each Preliminary Competition 

What happens if i win?

Should you win Duchess of the capital city in your state, you are invited to compete during finals at the National Competition to win one of five 'CRP, Princess of Coast' titles. Being as the State Winner admission fee to the final is waived, Duchesses’ are required to pay the Coastal Competition fee of $290. Duchesses’ are responsible for finding and booking airfare and hotel commodities for Nationals. Should you plan on not competing during Nationals, your title will be passed on to the next available delegate in line for the crown.

 

Should you win the preliminary CRP, Princess of _____ State Pageant, you are now Royalty. The main duty of the Crowned Royal Princess of a State is to prepare for the week long National Pageant Finals,  where she hopes to be crowned the CRP, Princess of America.

For the next year-alongside the tasks to prepare for the national pageant- State Princess duties include;  making public appearances, gathering sponsors (optional), establishing and building a platform, using her title and resources to contribute to her platform, staying on top of current events, managing her state social media page, connecting with other sister queens within the court, and endless hours of practice!

 

However, The National competition isn’t until July 2022 so why not prepare like a princess now?!