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Duke labelled ‘insensitive’ for not wearing seatbelt

Duke labelled ‘insensitive’ for not wearing seatbelt

Just two days ago, Prince Philip was involved in a auto accident in which he was uninjured but his vehicle landed on its side after colliding with a Kia near the royal family's estate at Sandringham.

"I feel that his treatment has not been the same as mine".

"Prince Philip is the rudest human being I have ever met", Morgan begins, before acknowledging that many people are rude to him - but that his encounter with the Queen's husband takes the cake.

She told the presenters that she felt Prince Philip's treatment had "not been the same" as hers.

"There needs to be a decision as to whether Prince Philip and I are from the same walk of life here or not", she said about why she wants to see the Royal face charges should he be found at fault of the accident, which saw his Land Rover roll onto its side.

Prince Philip was always very fond of cars, and not just any cars, but tanks, double-deckers and anything that had wheels on it.

Emma Fairweather, 46, was hospitalised after the vehicle she was travelling in collided with the royal's Land Rover on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk on Thursday.

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Speaking on British TV, Ms Fairweather said the Duke is "highly insensitive and inconsiderate" after he was spotted driving while not wearing a seatbelt just days after the crash.

Fairweather also revealed she had received a message from one of the Queen's ladies in waiting but not the Monarch, despite reports they had personally reached out to her.

"I need somebody to understand that I still have medical concerns".

The relative added: "It's scary to think what could have happened". The pair of them are lucky to be alive. During the beginning of his marriage with Queen Elizabeth II, he took her sightseeing around London in his MG sports vehicle.

"You have got just wonderful romance, this dashing naval officer marrying the girl next door who was everybody's sweetheart and who was going to be our queen", he said, as per The Express.

Emma Fairweather's wrist was broken when the auto that she was a passenger in crashed into the Duke of Edinburgh's vehicle on Friday as he pulled out of a side road into its path.

Norfolk Police later said they had spoken to the Prince about it, adding: "Suitable words of advice have been given to the driver".