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The Duke of Edinburgh has written to a woman injured in a car crash he participated in near Sandringham in Norfolk to say that he is “deeply sorry”.

Prince Philip wished Emma Fairweather a “speedy recovery”, adding that he was “somewhat tottered after the accident”.

The 97 -year-old recommended he did not construe the car she was a passenger in on 17 January because of bright sun.

His Land Rover Freelander crashed with a Kia driven by Ms Fairweather’s friend after he pulled out of a driveway.

The duke’s vehicle flipped over in the accident, which took place on the A149 near the Queen’s country estate, and he was helped out by a lead motorist.

Speed camera delay on duke accident superhighway Police speak to Philip for not wearing seat belt Prince Philip’s car ‘careered’ across superhighway Image caption The disintegrate took place on an -Aroad near the Queen’s Sandringham property Media captionEmma Fairweather, who smashed her wrist in a auto gate-crash with the Duke of Edinburgh, describes the “surreal experience”. Image caption Prince Philip was discerned driving a substitution Land Rover two days after the disintegrate

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