Prince Philip has not apologised to mother-of-two that he hit in car crash
'I could have died'.
The mother-of-two who as involved in a crash with Prince Philip has said that she still has to receive an apology from the Duke of Edinburgh.
The 46-year-old was in the passenger seat of the car that crashed and broke her wrist.
Emma Fairweather said that she was told she would hear from the Queen and the Prince, however all she got was a message from the police that said: "The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh would like to be remembered to you."
She told The Sunday Mirror: "We could see the Land Rover about 150 yards away from us at the junction, then it started to move.
"The speed limit was 60mph but my friend was doing no more than 50mph. I kept thinking he (the Prince) was going to stop, but he didn't.
"As we approached I could make out that it was an elderly driver. My friend was braking and seemed so in control but I was terrified.
"It must have been seconds but it felt like half a lifetime. I had no idea at the time that it was Prince Philip - I was just thinking of the baby. I don't think I realised that my side of the car had taken most of the impact."