AThe 97-year-old Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II's husband, issued a driving license.
The decision was announced this Saturday with the Buckingham Palace, says Sky News.
The decision was made after the doubtful driving ability of the monarch was doubtful.
In January last year, the monarch was involved in a major disaster. He was unhurt, but it was necessary to help two women who were in another vehicle who participated in the same accident, one of which was a broken bracelet.
The British press still reported the details of the accident, when two days later the photographer was shot for a ride without a seat belt.
According to the Buckingham Palace, the decision to issue a driving license was accepted "voluntarily".
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