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The Queen was back to business as usual on Sunday as she attended a service at St Peter’s Church in Norfolk.

However, royal fans couldn’t help but notice that there was no sign of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, just days after he was involved in a scary car accident.

Prince Philip, 97, has been seen out and about since the crash and was even photographed getting back behind the wheel.

The Queen was all smiles as she attended a church service on Sunday without Prince Philip. Photo: Getty Images
The Queen was all smiles as she attended a church service on Sunday without Prince Philip. Photo: Getty Images

He was breath tested right after he flipped his Land Rover in a frightening crash near the Sandringham Estate on Thursday.

The Duke collided with a Kia at about 3pm, when he pulled out of a driveway. Both he and the driver of the Kia returned negative breath test results.

Incredibly, the royal walked away from the crash despite shocking images showing his black Land Rover on its side, with the windscreen smashed.

The 97-year-old Duke of Edinburgh collided with a Kia last week, when he pulled out of a driveway onto the A149 in Babingley, Norfolk, just beside Sandringham. Photo: Sunrise
The 97-year-old Duke of Edinburgh collided with a Kia last week, when he pulled out of a driveway onto the A149 in Babingley, Norfolk, just beside Sandringham. Photo: Sunrise

The female passenger of the Kia, Emma Fairweather, was taken to hospital, where she was treated for a broken wrist.

She’s since said she’s in incredible pain after the accident and was hoping she might get a call from the Queen or Philip wishing her well.

“I’m lucky to be alive and he hasn’t even said sorry, she told the Mirror.

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