The woman involved in the crash wants him charged

Prince Philip's Accident Aftermath

Prince Philip was seen back behind the wheel nearly one week ago driving for the first time since giving up his drivers license after the car collision in January. The Duke of Edinburgh no longer carries out royal duties, therefore he has plenty of time on his hands.

Prince Philip Drives Again 

On Thursday April 18th, 2019, he was photographed for the first time behind the wheel driving around Windsor Castle in his Land Rover. Prince Philip does not have a license, however he is legally allowed to drive without one so long as he stays within the private estate's grounds. This statement was previously made clear by the Palace

The Duke of Edinburgh was alone for his drive as Queen Elizabeth II was on an outing at The Maundy Service at St. George's Chapel on Thursday. 

Emma Fairweather happy to receive a personal note from Prince Philip

The Duke of Edinburgh Apologisies to Car Crash Victim