Prince Philip was recently photographed driving a car months after giving up his license.

The Duke of Edinburgh, 97, is still allowed to drive his vehicle but only on the private grounds of Windsor Castle. Following a car accident earlier this year, Prince Philip decided to give up his license, which means that he can no longer drive on public roads.

In the photo, a clean-shaven Prince Philip is sitting behind the wheel of his Land Rover. He is wearing his eyeglasses and is not accompanied by his royal aides.

Prince Philip’s latest sighting came on Maundy Thursday, which meant that he was in Windsor while his wife, Queen Elizabeth II, attended a Maundy Thursday church service. The 92-year-old monarch was accompanied by her granddaughter, Princess Eugenie.

The Duke of Edinburgh was not expected to make an appearance at the service because he has already retired from his royal duties two years ago. Every now and then, he is photographed inside the premises of Windsor Castle on board his horses.

Other than these sightings and his car accident, Prince Philip was last seen outdoors when he attended the royal wedding of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank on Oct. 12, 2018, at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. He was also present during Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding on May 19.

Since his retirement, Prince Philip has been spending most of his days and nights in Windsor Castle. He reunites with Her Majesty every time the Queen visits him or whenever he is driven to the Buckingham Palace to be with some of his loved ones.

This week, Prince Philip and the Queen made headlines after a photo of their engaging in a rare PDA was uploaded online. In the snap, Prince Philip kissed the Queen’s cheek before she rode the plane to return to London. Prince Philip was left behind because he had to fly to the United States and Canada for his royal engagement.

Prince Philip Pictured: Prince Philip leaves St George's Chapel after the wedding of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and The Duchess of Sussex at St Georges Chapel on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. Photo: Getty Images/Gareth Fuller-WPA Pool