British Royals

So why do royals not wear seatbelts?

Last week, Prince Phillip made headlines as he decided to not wear a seatbelt just days after having a car accident. Sitting behind the wheel with not being buckled in caused quite the controversy. But there may be a reason as to why royals don’t always wear seatbelts. Embed from Getty Images Hello! spoke with former Royal Protection Officer Simon Morgan, of Trojan Consultancy. Morgan explained…
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Prince Philip crash: Duke told witnesses "I'm such a fool"

Eyewitness details are emerging following the Duke of Edinburgh’s car crash near the Sandringham Estate on Thursday afternoon, with an onlooker saying Prince Philip could be heard remarking, “I’m such a fool.” Victoria Warne, a retired NHS worker, told The Sun, “The Prince steadied himself for ten minutes after the crash then started worrying about the others” in the crash. There were…
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Prince Philip has had 97-years of collecting the wonderful and unusual

Somewhere behind the closed doors of the Royal Residences lays the Duke of Edingburgh’s vast and unusual collections. Prince Philip has had 97-years to build his collections, and without a doubt, he has some of the best. As a child, the Duke recalled first collecting penknives. That collection has now graduated to art and cartoons. A frequent topic of royal cartoons, the Duke of Edinburgh is…
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Prince Philip walks into St George's Chapel unaided despite hip replacement last month

After having hip surgery last month, 96-year-old Prince Philip is able to attend the wedding of his grandson, Prince Harry to Meghan Markle this afternoon at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Prince just arrived alongside Her Majesty The Queen at the Galilee Porch. They were received by the Dean of Windsor who presented the Canons of Windsor and the Archbishop of Canterbury to Her…
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