Everything has to be perfectly planned and organized when the royal family travels overseas. There are numerous staff members traveling with them, and before they go, they pack and organize everything for their trip. Stylists are there to select the perfect outfits, and they have to take into consideration the weather of the country they are going to, as well as that country’s culture. There is even a system for their luggage and bags, as well!
The luggage has to be labeled with their names, and the colors also have a meaning too. If the luggage is labeled with blue, it means that is it supposed to be delivered on the plane. Green is for the hotels and yellow for the residence.
In this picture, we can see that Prince George’s luggage is meant for the residence.
Dresses are carefully packed into dress bags.
Princess Diana’s dresses were put in larger boxes.
Some of the Queen’s luggage when she traveled to Virginia in the US in 2007.
This one is for the hotel.
Meghan Markle posted on her blog, The Tig from her acting days, how there is always a hand sanitizer with her when she travels. “I’m no germophobe, but when I get on a plane I always use some quick hand wipes or a travel sanitizer spray to wipe it all down: that includes the little TV, the service tray, and all the buttons around your seat. Sure, the person next to you may give you a side eye, but at the end of the flight, you’ll be the one whistling dixie with nary a sniffle.”
Prince Harry sometimes carries some of his bags with him.
To avoid confusion, bags have two labels – name and place where is it meant to go.