Prince Felipe, the husband of English Queen Elizabeth II, delivered a driving license on Saturday afternoon at 97 am after participating in a car accident last month.
The Buckingham Palace stressed that Prince Consort and the Duke of Edinburgh made this decision at their own discretion.
"After careful consideration, the Duke of Edinburgh decided to voluntarily surrender his driving license," he said.
The accident happened on January 17 near the royal residence of Sandringham, where Elizabeth II.
The powerful Land Rover Freelander, driven by Prince Philip, collided with Kia when he left the road and headed for the road.
The prince was unhappy about the accident, but the driver Kia suffered one knee and Emma Fairweather broke her wrist. In contrast, the child driving in the back seat was not damaged.
The incident triggered critics in the media, who emphasized that Prince Felipe took the time and apologized to the affected women.
The Duke of Edinburgh withdrew from public life in 2017.