In January drove the 97-year-old prince Philip in two women and a nine months old baby, who drove a Kia. The accident happened near the royal family's goods Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
one woman escaped with lacerations, while the other fractured his hand. The baby was not something detrimental.
the Prince himself escaped unharmed from the collision, while his Landrover had the button as well - the overthrow namely of the page.
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Subsequently, he explained that he had been blinded by the sun.
A few weeks later, the british royal family, that he, as a result of the accident would waive his driver's license.
'After careful consideration has the Duke of Edinburg made a decision, voluntarily to surrender his licence', says according to the BBC in a press release from the royal family.
But you have, as you know, a stand, to take a new one.
So has the Daily Mail got hold of the pictures of the prince behind the wheel yesterday, which can be seen on their website.
Prince Philip with queen Elizabeth in 2017. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
however, There is a mitigating circumstance. Prince Philip drove in the area at the Windsor Castle, which is private, and therefore he is within his rights to put himself in the driver's seat - even if he no longer has a driver's license.
He has still not allowed to drive on public roads in the area.
Philip married Elizabeth in 1947 and has been by her side in her 66 year long reign. He went officially retire in 2017.
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