Prince Philip is back behind the wheel.
The royal, 97, was seen driving on his private estate following a terrifying crash earlier this year.
Back in January, the Duke of Edinburgh flipped his Land Rover after colliding with a Kia driven by a woman who had her baby in the back. The pair were unhurt but the other passenger suffered a broken wrist.
Following the accident, the palace released a statement, confirming Philip would “surrender his driving licence.”
But on Monday, he was spotted in the driver’s seat. Although he gave up the right, he is still allowed to drive on his private estate.
Days after the crash, Philip was spotted behind the wheel again and this time, without a seatbelt. The Norfolk Police ensured the public that they gave the duke “suitable words of advice.”
His wife, Queen Elizabeth, 92, still drives.