Kate Middleton, 39, is fairly accustomed to the jet-set lifestyle. Not only does she frequently fly around the world for holidays with her husband Prince William and their children, but she also takes on a lot of foreign duty on behalf of the Royal Family.
No stranger to travel, the Duchess of Cambridge had plenty of years to get used to flying around the world thanks to her parent’s former jobs with British Airways.
These days, however, her packing list and travel itinerary are likely to be far more glamorous than it was in her younger years.
Now Queen Elizabeth, 94, has passed on most international duties to the younger royals, Kate frequently attends global events on her behalf.
As a result, she is often met with a barrage of photographers, press and media from all over the world ready to snap her photo.
However, there are also two vital assets who make up the group and are always on hand to keep Kate looking her absolute best.
The first of these is a stylist, such as Natasha Archer.
Natasha joined the royal entourage on Kate and William’s 2014 tour of New Zealand and their 2016 tour of Canada.
She previously began working as Kensington Palace PA in 2007, but later took on dresser duties helping to style Kate’s sophisticated, regal look.
Kate also takes her trusted hairdresser with her, to ensure she always has the perfect do to go with every ensemble.
Amanda Cook Tucker is the Duchess’ trusted hairstylist and has been known to fly around the world with the royal couple on tours from India to Scandinavia.
Not only does Ms Cook Tucker help keep Kate’s hair looking sleek on tour, but she has also been drafted in to help with some very important milestones in the future Queen’s life.
She styles Kate for the famous photographs snapped on the steps of the Lindo Wing following the births of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Furthermore, Ms Cook Tucker is a close acquaintance of the Royal Family, having cut Prince William and Harry’s hair when they were little boys.