Why is Prince Philip still driving at the age of 97, especially when he has access to a fleet of royal chauffeurs?
It's unlike Philip to obsess over media coverage of his life, but if he does, he'll probably feel a mix of confusion and despair over the focus on him after this crash.
The reward for being a member of one of the most famous in the world Families are the many peculiarities that go with it – from historic castles to paid hospitality and a fleet of luxury cars with chauffeurs. Why does not he use these drivers?
Well, imagine being trapped behind castle walls and never able to walk outside the grounds, even for a cup of tea without an suffocating security detail. The only feeling of freedom that you can enjoy is grabbing the car keys and reaching the clear road. In this case, it is the safety teams who are limited to the following car.
You and the system inherits or it is appropriate to do things differently, but I think it was very important to me, your son and your wife from the hospital to drive. And I do not like excitement, so it's much easier to do it yourself.
If most people would welcome a little more excitement, the royal family longs for the opposite, so I wonder if Philip is giving up driving and why he's probably thinking about the whole discussion about whether he should do that amused.