Two women travelling in a car which collided with the Duke of Edinburgh’s Land Rover have been discharged from hospital.
According to Norfolk Police, the driver and passenger were admitted to hospital following the crash which saw Prince Philip’s car overturn in he road.
The driver of the Kia suffered cuts and the passenger injured their arm. They were discharged from hospital on Thursday evening.
A baby boy was also a passenger in the car, but miraculously escaped with no injuries.
Both the driver of the Kia and Prince Philip were breath tested with the results of both being negative.
The incident occurred at around 3pm on Thursday near the grounds of the Sandringham Estate.
A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said that the Duke was not injured and police attended the scene.
Eyewitnesses say they saw the Duke walk from the accident into another car badly shaken.
He was seen by a doctor at Sandringham and has not been admitted to hospital.