The Queen spotted without a seatbelt AGAIN as she attends church

 The Queen spotted without a seatbelt AGAIN as she attends church

Royal passenger: The Queen arrives at St Peter’s church in the back of a car after both she and her husband were seen apparently driving without a seatbelt this week

The Queen is spotted without a seatbelt AGAIN as she is taken to church by a chauffeur two days after she didn’t wear one while driving on a public road.

  • The Queen went without a seatbelt for the second time as she was driven to church near Sandringham estate
  • The 92-year-old monarch wore a light brown coat and hat decorated with feathers for today’s church service
  • She was driven to church after both she and Philip were seen apparently driving without seatbelts this week
  • The Queen was spotted driving her Range Rover without a seatbelt on Friday a day after Prince Philip’s crash
    The Queen failed to wear a seatbelt for the second time in 48 hours as she was chauffeured to the church service in a black Bentley today

    The Queen failed to wear a seatbelt for the second time as she was driven to church this morning just days after her husband Prince Philip crashed his Land Rover near the royal estate at Sandringham.

    She and Philip, 97, were both spotted driving without seatbelts this week despite the Duke of Edinburgh’s horror smash on Thursday.

    But the Queen appeared to go without a belt for the second time in 48 hours as she was chauffeured to the service in a black Bentley today.

    The 92-year-old monarch wore a light brown coat and hat decorated with feathers as she headed to the service at St Peter’s church in Wolferton, without her recovering husband.

    Her son Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, joined his mother at the service near the estate in Norfolk where the royal family celebrated Christmas last month.

    The church is just over a two-mile drive from Sandringham House, and dozens of well-wishers gathered behind a rope fence to see her arrive.

    The Queen was spotted driving her Range Rover without a seatbelt on Friday a day after Prince Philip’s crash, little more than a mile from the scene of her husband’s accident.

    Police have spoken to the Duke after he was pictured driving a new Land Rover alone and without a belt just 48 hours after his crash.

    A Norfolk Constabulary spokeswoman said the force was aware of the pictures of Philip driving and that ‘suitable words of advice have been given to the driver’.

    She learned to drive with the Army in 1945, before she became Queen, and does not need a licence.

    Under UK law it is compulsory to wear a seatbelt if there is one fitted but the Queen is immune from any civil or criminal proceedings.

    Buckingham Palace insisted earlier this week that the monarch was careful to ensure she privately complied with the law.

    The crash on Thursday afternoon happened as Philip’s Freelander pulled out of a side road on to a stretch of the A149 and collided with a Kia/Daily Mail UK.

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