On the weekend of May 26, the paparaswari will take to the skies.
They will be dressed in their signature outfits and posing for a photo with a lucky winner.
The event is open to the public.
It is held at the Royal Palace, a private residence owned by the government, located at 4 Avenue de la Cite, which is in the heart of the old quarter.
In addition to the paparraswaris, the event includes a few guests of honour.
A celebrity, a celebrity friend of the royal family, a famous actress and a couple of celebrities will also be on hand.
It is believed the event is meant to raise awareness of the many benefits the Royal family has to offer, according to the government.
The event will also help them “to connect with their followers, to educate them about the importance of royal heritage and to connect with a large number of the public,” said Catherine Mangu-Ward, a spokeswoman for the ministry.
“They want to make the public aware of their importance.”
According to the event’s website, the royal palace is a place for the “privileged to enjoy and celebrate their own traditions, heritage and the importance that it holds for society.”
The event attracts an estimated 150,000 people to the Palace each year.
The royals are the guests of honor.
The royal family also hosts the National Museum of Canada in Ottawa, where many of their artefacts are displayed.
The Royal Family has held many events since it was founded in 1778.
Its annual royal celebration includes an indoor show and parade, a day of national observance and a royal parade that features the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.