The Queen will not give up driving, a source has said, after reports suggested she would (Image: GETTY)
The monarch, 92, who has been driving for more than seven decades, was said to have come to the conclusion she should no longer get behind the wheel after her husband’s January smash which injured two women. But sources dismissed the reports, calling them “wide of the mark”, according to the Daily Telegraph. The Queen, who is the only person in the UK allowed to drive without a licence, will continue on with her driving as usual.
While she mostly keeps to driving within the grounds of her private estates, she is occasionally spotted behind the wheel on public roads near Balmoral in Scotland and her Sandringham in Norfolk.
The Queen has been snapped on several occasions driving a Range Rover, Land Rover and a Jaguar.
A keen motorist despite having round-the-clock drivers available, she has never taken a driving test and is allowed to drive her state car without a number plate.
Prince Philip, 97, faced widespread criticism in January after he was