KATE Middleton always looks pristine when she steps out in public, even when she’s just flown around the world for a royal tour.
Instead of the duchess cramming her dresses and shirts into suitcases, she often books an entire row on the plane so her clothes don’t get crumpled.
The Sun’s Royal Correspondent Emily Andrews told Fabulous Digital that on private chartered flights, Kate’s outfits are laid over their own seats.
Emily said: “When it’s small charter planes and there is space, her clothes do have their own row.
“This happened on a private plane we took in India to Kasaranga National Park in Darjeeling.
“Natasha Archer [Kate’s stylist] brought all her dresses on and laid them over an entire row.”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were pictured this summer taking a £73 Flybe flight to visit the Queen at Balmoral, and are fans of flying with British Airways too.
Emily confirmed that Kate doesn’t book seats for her clothes when they fly commercially.
She said: “It doesn’t happen on a BA scheduled flight.
“On a scheduled flight they travel business (or first) on Royal tours and so all Kate’s wardrobe gets hung up in an actual wardrobe on board.”
And according to the former creative director of Mulberry, Scott Henshall, the duchess will often choose fabrics that are least likely to wrinkle.
Scott told the MailOnline: “All the Duchess or her 'people' have to do is familiarise themselves with the best wrinkle-free fabrics.
“Typically synthetic fabrics such as polyester, nylon, acrylic and olefin have a natural resistance to wrinkles and a greater stability since they do not absorb water as efficiently.”
He added that even fabrics that have a tendency to wrinkle, such as cotton, rayon and silk, are less likely to wrinkle if they are blended with other fabrics.
Etiquette expert Myka Meier, founder of Beaumont Etiquette, revealed Kate and Meghan Markle have a trick they do to avoid clothes blowing up as they leave planes.
She said: “Often they wear body suits and clothes that actually increase static so it’s much hard for something to fly up.
“So you have an under garment that is almost like a body suit that is one tactic that is used.
“I know when I went to finishing school we were taught that when you are on the tarmac, if you do not use weights or heavy weighted material, you make sure it will not fly up by wearing under garments that keep the fabrics connect to your body."
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