Britain's Prince Philip has been spoken to by the police for driving without a seatbelt - just two days after the 97-year-old was involved in a vehicle crash.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been pictured back behind the wheel of a new Land Rover on Saturday afternoon on the Sandringham estate, the royal family's Norfolk retreat near to which the Thursday's accident took place, the Telegraph reported.
A Norfolk Constabulary spokeswoman said the force was aware of the photographs and that 'suitable words of advice have been given to the driver'.
Philip was driving another Land Rover when he was involved in a violent collision on Thursday in which two women in a Kia auto were injured.
Philip had to be helped out of his overturned vehicle, but wasn't injured.
"I'm still quite surprised that Prince Philip hasn't felt he wants to contact me and inquire as to how I am", she said.
The Prince was pictured in the auto driving without a seatbelt near to Sandringham, as was the Queen the day earlier.
She questioned whether the duke should continue driving, adding: "It would mean the world to me if Prince Philip said sorry but I have no idea if he's sorry at all".
Police confirmed they had carried out an eyesight test on Philip on Saturday morning, which he had passed.
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Debris is seen at the scene where Britain's Prince Philip was involved in a traffic accident, near the Sandringham estate in Britain, Jan. 18, 2019.
A woman injured in the accident with the Duke of Edinburgh on Thursday on the A149 at Sandringham has said she has not had a proper apology yet.
Previously, Dickie Arbiter, her ex-press secretary said to reporters from Us Weekly that she definitely has a "heavy right foot", but overall, she's quite a "safe and cautious" driver.
Ms Fairweather, 46, was accompanied in the Kia by a 28-year-old woman - who sustained cuts to her knee - and a nine-month-old baby, who was unhurt.
The 97 year old prince has been seen driving his vehicle just two days after he escaped from getting hurt in a awful accident in a miraculous manner.
Buckingham Palace did not immediately comment on the images.
The force is now investigating the crash and it said "any appropriate action" will be taken if necessary.