Prince Philip finally wears seatbelt a week after crash following police warning — despite Land Rover ‘disabling seatbelt alarms’ in royal vehicles

PRINCE Philip is finally snapped wearing a seatbelt — a week after being pulled from a car crash.

The Duke of Edinburgh, 97, was the front passenger of a Range Rover in London’s Park Lane.

Prince Philip was finally spotted wearing his seatbelt

Marketing executive Victoria Maby, 50, took the picture from a cab and said: “It was nice to see he was strapped up and safe.”

Philip’s Land Rover overturned in a smash that injured two women last week in Sandringham, Norfolk.

Two days later he was behind the wheel again, but without belting up.

Yesterday we revealed claims that seatbelt alarms on royal Land Rovers were disabled at the family’s request to silence warning beeps.

The 97-year-old was seen without a seatbelt on just two days after his Land Rover crashed into a Kia carrying two women and a baby

Prince Philip was lucky to be pulled from his vehicle uninjured


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