Prince Harry
Prince Harry brings his green Globe-Trotter luggage during his trips. Pictured: Prince Harry visits The Royal Marines Commando Training Centre on September 13, 2018 in Lympstone, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Chris Jackson - WPA Pool

Prince Harry always travels with his Globe-Trotter luggage just like Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William.

Kara Godfrey, a journalist for Express, noted that Prince Harry has been spotted with the same luggage during his state visits. He typically sports a green luggage by the British brand, and that is part of their 2013 Jet collection. Various colors of the same type of luggage are priced at $2,200.

The Globe-Trotter brand has been a popular choice among members of the royal family. The Queen was the first one to use the brand during her honeymoon with Prince Philip in 1947. Since then, Prince William and Kate Middleton have also been seen with their own Globe-Trotter suitcases.

During his trip to Poland, the Duke of Cambridge was photographed with a luggage from the limited-edition Goring Hotel collection. The same luggage is no longer available in the market, but its price was estimated at $3,700.

Prince William and Middleton’s children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte also have miniature luggage from Globe-Trotter. The late Princess Diana also used the iconic brand during her honeymoon with Prince Charles.

As of late, Meghan Markle has not yet been seen with a Globe-Trotter luggage, but she may be sighted with one during her upcoming trip to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and the Kingdom of Tonga. She currently uses Ghurka, a brand with British heritage.

In related news, the members of the royal family also have color-coded baggage tags. The Queen and Middleton have yellow luggage tags, while Prince Charles and Prince William’s tags are red. Princess Anne uses green tags, and Prince George uses blue tags.

Even though the Queen and Middleton and Princes Charles and William share the same color for their luggage tags, they rarely travel together so there wouldn’t be any confusion. Additionally, their names appear on their tags. For instance, “The Queen” is written on Her Majesty’s luggage tags.