PUBLISHED: 10:18, Mon, Sep 7, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:18, Mon, Sep 7, 2020
The Duchess of Cambridge travels frequently as part of her Royal duty, something which has ramped up in recent years since Queen Elizabeth retired from foreign duties. It is no surprise then that she, along with her husband Prince William, have some tried and tested ways of staying organised while travelling.
With so many events to attend, the Royals tend to travel with a bulk load of luggage filled to the brim with outfits for every occasion.
In order to ensure nothing goes amiss, each bag is labelled specifically.
These labels are on hand not only to show which bag belongs to which member of the Royal Family but also to direct each bag to the correct destination.
Colour-coded tags are used, with specific colours signalling whether the bag belongs in the cabin or in the hold, as well as where its final destination is.
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Hand luggage: Kate Middleton uses colour-coded luggage tags (Image: Getty Images)
Royal travel: The Duchess uses yellow bag tags (Image: Getty Images)
Blue means the bag is wanted on the aircraft, green means it's headed for the hotel, and yellow means it's going to a residence, for example, if the Royal's are being invited to stay at the home of an official.
Each member of the Royal Family also has their own unique colour, which is used for their luggage tags.
Yellow bag tags are used to indicate that