His Royal Highness, Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh has voluntarily surrendered his driving license, Buckingham Palace confirms.
This news comes following his car crash last month in Norfolk, involving another car, carrying 3 adults and a baby.
Prince Philip, 97 years old, luckily walked away unharmed from the crash which resulted in his vehicle being overturned, and he was left visibly shaken and in shock.
The passengers in the other had some injuries, but thankfully, nothing life-threatening.
His decision to surrender his driving license must have been a very tough decision to make as HRH dearly loves cars and driving.
The Crown Persecution Service is also expected to charge Prince Philip after his file was passed onto them by Norfolk Constabulary.
The Prince is likely to be fined as the CPS do not follow the same procedures when it comes to reporting seatbelt offences as Norfolk Constabulary.
A sad time for HRH, for sure, but it was the right and honourable decision to make.
EDIT 14 FEBRUARY 2019
The Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed that the Duke of Edinburgh will not face prosecution following his crash last month. SOURCE
God bless His Royal Highness, Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh and God save the Queen!
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