Passengers travelling on low cost airlines will almost always face the typical drama of having to fit all their clothes in a 10kg or so baggage allowance.
But that doesn't seem to have to be a worry for Kate Middleton, who was recently spotted with her husband Prince William and her three kids on a Flybe flight to Balmoral, Scotland.
The Duchess of Cambridge is in fact said to regularly ask flight attendants to spare an entire seat for her stylish clothes so they don't get crimped as they likely would do if shoved in a checked-in baggage.
Describing what it's like to travel as a royal in the newly released Channel 5 documentary 'Secrets of the Royal Flight', royal correspondent Emily Andrews says: "Obviously when we go to the airports, especially when it's hand luggage only, we're trying to cram all our toiletries into that plastic bag.
"It's never big enough."
The royals, however, "don't have to worry" when it comes to transporting luggage or not exceeding the 100ml liquid limit.
Far from that, Andrews said she has "been on a plane where Kate's dresses had their own seat to make sure they were kept flat.
"They are not going to be shoved in the hole just to be squashed by everyone else's."
The two took the average £73 flight with their three children Charlotte, George and Louis to spend the late August bank holiday with the Queen at her summer residence.
Kate and William's low-cost travelling came just as Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle were blasted for taking private jets for half of 10 known trips in the past year, despite them both being environmental campaigners.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who previously said they wouldn't have more than two children to save the planet, were criticised after being seen pictured with their son Archie boarding a private jet to Nice last month.
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