Prince Philip was seen driving on Thursday, April 18 — just a few months after he was involved in a car-flipping accident and voluntarily surrendered his driver's license. Scroll through for all the details.
As OK! readers know, Philip, 97, was driving on January 17 when his car overturned on the road and collided with another car on his Sandringham estate in Norfolk, England.
Neither Philip nor the passengers in the other vehicle, which held a 28-year-old woman, a 46-year-old woman and a 9-month-old baby in the backseat, were seriously injured.
Still, after the incident, the royal decided to voluntarily surrender his license.
But just a few months later, on Thursday, April 18, the Duke of Edinburgh was seen behind the wheel again! He was photographed going for a drive in his Land Rover around Windsor Castle.
According to the Palace, the prince is legally allowed to drive without a license as long as he stays within his private property.
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