People are only just realising why the Queen always travels with her own kettle

The Queen has become quite the travel expert in her many years venturing all over the world as reigning monarch but there is one item she cannot bear to be without.

Her Majesty has mastered the luggage game many years ago to ensure she is not without her home comforts, especially all the ingredients for her to have her perfect cup of tea.

Despite probably not being short of offers to make her a brew, the Queen prefers to have her cuppa in her own way.

Her Majesty is never without her own personalised kettle, which is said to be monogrammed.

Although that is only one piece of the perfect tea as Her Majesty is said to have a large supply of Earl Grey tea with her no matter where she goes.

She doesn't even have just any old tea bag of Earl Grey from her favourite provider either.

The people at Twinings provide a specially created supply just for the Queen, which they have ensured is the highest possible quality, according to the Express.

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Her Majesty surprisingly carries nothing else to add to the tea other than some boiling hot water.

Unlike many people who add milk and sugar, the Queen enjoys her brew plain to enjoy the full taste of Earl Grey.

Tea is also just the beginning for Her Majesty’s home comforts as she also ensures her staff brings along sausages from London department store Harrods.

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According to the Telegraph, the Queen also needs a hot water bottle, family photos, and pine-scented soaps to ensure a comfortable trip.

The Queen also brings along with her a pack of her blood and a black outfit, which has a heartbreaking story behind it.

In February 1952, the Queen’s father King George VI passed away at Sandringham House while the Queen, who was Princess Elizabeth until that day, was on a trip to Kenya.

Her Majesty had forgotten to bring black mourning clothes, which are worn by the new Queen to receive her ministers.

Ever since that day, it has become royal protocol for all Royal Family members to travel with a black outfit just in case.

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