An Albemarle style bag has been pictured as part of the luggage on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s private jet during the Royal tour of India and Bhutan this week.
The story, which was covered in both print and online described the bag, and Thomas Lyte with the following:
“This dark brown leather case belongs to William – he was spotted carrying it on to the plane himself (along with Kate’s Longchamp bag and Prince George’s adorable kangaroo rucksack) as the couple left Australia in 2014.
Its business-like appearance suggests it contains important documents, such as the Duke’s official correspondence or a laptop. The bag, an Albemarle Executive style in grained leather, is made by luxury British designer Thomas Lyte and costs £395. It has room for a 13 in laptop, a mobile phone, a separate pocket for paperwork and pen slots, and is made from fine calf leather with a cotton lining.
It’s functional, but high-quality, fittingly from a brand that has a Royal Warrant, so it’s no wonder it’s become one of William’s travel staples.”