Queen Elizabeth II was recently spotted driving without a seatbelt even though her husband, Prince Philip, just got into a car crash the day before.

A photo of Her Majesty driving her car in the Sandringham estate was uploaded online by US Weekly. The snap shows the 92-year-old monarch with a stern look on her face. She is also wearing a headscarf to protect her from the cold.

One day before the Queen’s sighting, her 97-year-old husband, Prince Philip, was reportedly involved in a car crash. Photos of the Duke of Edinburgh’s wrecked car were released by Daily Mail last week.

Following the accident, a spokesperson for the Buckingham Palace confirmed that Prince Philip didn’t suffer from any injury in the two-car collision. However, he was still brought to a nearby hospital for a routine checkup. Prince Philip was also asked to undergo a breath test, and his result was normal.

The 28-year-old driver of the other vehicle, as well as her 45-year-old companion, were both sent to a nearby hospital. They were treated for cuts to the knees and a broken wrist, respectively. A spokesperson for Norfolk police that the two women also had a 9-month-old baby in the car, who wasn’t injured.

Meanwhile, Her Majesty’s decision to not wear a seatbelt while driving may be questionable for some royal fans especially after Prince Philip’s accident. Even though the monarch doesn’t need a driver’s license, she should still wear a seatbelt as a safety precaution.

However, the Queen’s former press secretary Dickie Arbiter said that the monarch is a very cautious driver so there is no need to worry.

“I can tell you, at times, the Queen does have a heavy right foot, but she is a very safe cautious driver,” Arbiter said.

Arbiter also said that the Queen will never encourage Prince Philip to stop driving because she knows that this is something that he enjoys.

In related news, Princess Anne refused to share details about Prince Philip’s accident. When asked for an update, she told reporters, “You know where I am? Same place as you.”