The husband of the Queen of Great Britain waived his driver’s licenseFebruary 11, 2019
Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who will soon be 98 years old, decided to voluntarily surrender his driver’s license after the accident
The spouse of Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II Prince Philip decided to surrender his driver’s license after the accident that had occurred with his participation. This summer he should be 98 years old. It is reported by NBC with reference to the message of Buckingham Palace.
“After careful consideration of this issue, the Duke of Edinburgh decided to voluntarily surrender his driver’s license,” the statement said.
The accident involving Prince Philip happened in January of this year. The Duke of Edinburgh driving a Land Rover collided at a crossroads with a Kia car. As a result, the SUV overturned. Prince Philip himself was not injured in the incident.
A few days later, the Duke of Edinburgh was again seen driving a car. This time Prince Philip was riding without a seatbelt. As a result, the police issued a warning to a 97-year-old driver.
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