Prince William, 33, recently welcomed his third child and second son, Prince Louis to the world with his wife Kate Middleton, 34.

The pair have recently made a number of visits on behalf of the crown whilst the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant, including Poland and Sweden.

Whilst it is thought that the pair will slow down some of their engagements to celebrate the birth of their son, it won’t be long before they jet off around the world again.

On their trips, there are a number of things the royal couple must have with them to ensure they are well prepared.

One of them is in regards to their large amounts of luggage.

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Prince William: What does the royal always use when travelling abroad?

Prince William, therefore, has a particular coloured luggage tag

They often take a number of suitcases due to the changes in outfits and gifts along the way.

This could easily get confused when it comes to travelling, especially when they all use luggage brand Globe-Trotter to cart their items around the world.

Prince William, therefore, has a particular coloured luggage tag so that their entourage can easily see whose is whose.

The royal always has a red luggage tag with his name on it to identify them.

Of course, his address isn’t included like many often do; travel experts explain how people should never put their address on them.

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Prince William: The royal always has red luggage tags to distinguish his suitcases

 

Other royal family members are also subjected to a certain colour luggage tag when they are packing.

The Queen and Kate Middleton share yellow luggage tags for their suitcases.

Of course, Queen Elizabeth simply has “The Queen” in capital letters to mark them.

Prince George is known to have blue luggage tags, although Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis’ are unknown.

Prince Charles shares with his son and has a red tag whilst Princess Anne has a green luggage tag.

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Prince William: Kate has yellow tags and Prince George has blue tags

The royal family, who often jet around the world, don’t always travel by private jet, contrary to popular belief.

If the visit is a personal one then the Royals will often travel commercially, most likely with British Airways.

Kate Middleton, whose mother was once a British Airways flight attendant, was once seen boarding a flight to The Hague by herself on her first solo trip.

Prince Harry and Prince William have also been spotted on budget airlines, along with the Queen herself.

She often flew with the British carrier when on state visits during her reign.

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