The Royal family aren't ones for cluttered cars.
You won't see an assortment of rubbish in the foot well and a battered A to Z in the car door pocket.
We know the Queen likes to travel with a blanket because she's a sensible sort, but other than that, they seem to be a pretty tidy lot when in transit.
The Duchess of Cambridge does like to take one particular item with her when travelling by car to an official event – a lunch box.
We don't mean a bright-coloured, boxy plastic number with a Capri-Sun and some Dairylea Dunkers in.
Instead, it's reported that Kate never travels without a snack packed in tupperware.
According to HELLO! , she loves to travel with a small plastic container to carry her snacks when she gets hungry.
She's not the only royal who likes to request an item for their "rider".
The Duchess of Sussex prefers to travel with Hildon natural mineral water in still and sparkling – Hildon having a royal warrant, obviously.
As for the Duchess of Cornwall, she has something of a sweet tooth, and has been seen to take packet of Murray Mints on visits with her, as well as a bottle of water- but not a fancy one with a royal warrant.
What would the Queen say?
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