British Prince Philip apologized to a woman who was wounded when her ride had collided with the Land Rover he was driving.
97-year-old Queen Elizabeth II's wife told the woman that she was "deeply sorry" that she was injured in the January 17th clash.
In a letter published in the Sunday Mirror, Philip said he was blinded by the sun when he entered a main road near the royal retreat in Sandringham in the eastern part of the country. England.
PRINCESS PHILIP CAR AQUARIUS LIVES WHICH THE QUEEN OF ELIZABETH HAS NEVER USED AFTER THE KING
that "I can only imagine that I could not see the car comes and I'm very worried about the consequences. "
Philip was unharmed, though his car overturned.
Just a few days after the incident, Queen Elizabeth II's husband was photographed, carrying a seat belt without a seat belt after being crashed.
The police in Norfolk said that "the appropriate advice was given to the driver" after the photos showed 97-year-old driving a new Land Rover near the royal residence in Sandringham where he and the queen were on an extended Christmas holiday.
"This is consistent with our standard response when you get known images of this type of crime," a police spokesman said.
Philip has retreated from many traditional royal duties in recent years, but has remained overall good health. It was filmed in December, carrying a horse carriage.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.