Earlier this month created the british prince Philip (97) headlines internationally after he had been the victim of a car accident. 97-year-old came unscathed from the incident, but just as lucky was not the woman in the car he crashed with.
Emma Fairweather got namely harder medfart in the collision and broke his wrist, according to several british media. In retrospect, she has also the expression of great disappointment that the prince did not contact with her and apologized for the accident.Respond after prinseulykken: - Incredibly traumatizing
Now finally has the prince taken the courage to himself, and in an open letter to the Fairweather, he writes how sorry he is, according to Sky News.Difficult conditions
"I want you to know how sorry I am for my part of the accident on the Babingley-road. I have run across the crossing countless times and I know how great the traffic is there. It was the strong sun around three o'clock in the day, and the sun was getting low", is called it among other things in the letter from prince Philip.SEVERE: Such as it out on the parts of the scene of the accident. Prince Philip came unscathed from the collision. Photo: NTB Scanpix Show more
"in other words, the sun shone low over the main road. Under normal conditions I wouldn't have the problems with to see the traffic that came from Dersingham, and I'm very sorry for the consequences", he writes further.
Prince Philip points out that he is shaken over the accident, but relieved that no one was seriously injured.Police warn prince Philip after he drove without a seat belt
"When a large crowd of people gathered on the spot, I was advised to return to Sandringham by a local police officer. I have since the accident got to know that you have a broken arm. I am very sorry for the damage," writes the prince, and adds that he wishes the woman good improvement.
"sincerely yours, Philip," it says in conclusion, according to the newspaper.
the Letter should have been delivered to Emma Fairweather already 21. January, and even though she was very disappointed over how the british royal family had handled the situation earlier this month, she is very happy to have received the letter from the 97-year-old.
She also appreciates that he wrote "regards Philip", without the royal title. Fairweather believes, namely that it made it all the more personal.HAPPY: Emma Fairweather appreciate the personal letter from the prince. Photo: NTB Scanpix Show more Was disappointed
a short time ago, spoke Fairweather out in the british tabloid the Mirror about how she experienced the traumatic accident and that she was disappointed over how the royal family had handled the incident.
I'm lucky that is alive, but he (prince Philip, journ.anm.) have not even said sorry, she claimed it again facing the newspaper.Creates debate around aging drivers
It has been an incredibly traumatizing and painful time, and I expected more of the royal family, she continued.
According to the BBC came to pass the accident when the retired prince drove his Range Rover into a main road. The car should have hit Emma Fairweathers car, overturned and 97-year-old had to be helped out of it.
Prince Philip should, according to the kongereporteren Nicholas Witchell been both shocked and dazed after the accident. Admittedly, he was conscious, but clearly marked by the event, according to the BBC.
the Case has been given a lot of players received tremendous critical acclaim in the british media, and has created a debate over when elderly people should give up their license and stop driving.Prince Philips private drama: Mental illness, familietragedie and his promising career on the shelf