Traveling is a double-edged sword. On one side, it's great to expand your horizons and experience new places and things. On the other, the process of boarding a car, plane, or train can prove to be quite the task. These travel tips that Kate Middleton learned from Queen Elizabeth should help take a little bit of the frustration out of traveling, though.

First things first, attire. While it's ideal to be comfortable, the Duchess of Cambridge has, on multiple occasions, worn a skirt while traveling. There's nothing wrong with this but sometimes mother nature won't agree with the style choice and the wind can potentially expose a bare bottom. However, there is a way to prevent this from happening.

"I just pop a couple of weights into the hemline of her dresses and coats and it makes them hang beautifully," Royal couturier Stewart Parvin told MailOnline (via Express). "The beauty of a handmade outfit is that it hangs just right but, of course, we have a few tricks up our sleeve."

He added, "Sometimes if she is wearing a lightweight chiffon skirt I will sew in a smaller lead weight the size of a pea or even a length of chain."

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Another royal travel tip comes from Queen Elizabeth. According to the British publication, the Independent reported that the monarch has "to key products" to help with jet lag -- "homeopathic medicines and barley sugar."

It makes sense that these royal ladies would share tips and tricks, after all, since Kate will be the future Queen of England when Prince William takes the throne. Queen Elizabeth has been subtly supporting and preparing the Duchess for her future role as well.

As previously reported, Kate has been spotted wearing items that the Queen has lent her, including necklaces, earrings, and tiaras.

"The Queen is a fan," a source told Vanity Fair.

Queen Elizabeth II and Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton and Queen Elizabeth II during a Diamond Jubilee Nottingham visit on June 13, 2012, in England.  Getty Images/Phil Noble