Prince Philip sends letter of apology to woman injured in car crash

Prince Philip sends letter of apology to woman injured in car crash

After a collision on the A149 near Norfolk on the 17th of January, Prince Philip has sent a letter of apology to Emma Fairweather, 46, who was a passenger in the car he collided with. This comes after the Prince received heavy criticism for not publicly responding to the crash. Emma Fairweather, who sustained a broken arm, shared the letter with the Sunday Mirror.

A Car Guy
A Car Guy
William
William 1 year

He wasn't wearing a seatbelt and she was pregnant, but he's let off the hook for being royalty.

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

Bowing to public anger and apologising holds little water. The sooner Britain rids itself of these parasites and moves on the better

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 1 year

I wonder if he had insurance. Apologies come cheap.

Monster Mash
Monster Mash 1 year

I am sure that pretty piece of paper is going to soothe her pain. what a load of crock, have them remove his licence, it not like he will be stranded at a bus stop without it.

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Like a letter will make her feel better again or cover her expenses. Why do the Brits have royalty again?

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