Police confirmed that Philip voluntarily surrendered his license.
Want a job driving the Queen of England around in her Bentley State Limousine? If you've got a UK driver's license, you can apply to be the new chauffeur at Buckingham Palace.
When Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her Diamond Jubilee, it will be a cause for celebration for her entire United Kingdom. But the Brits aren't the only ones marking Her Majesty's 60 years on the throne.
Queen Elizabeth II's 1984 Daimler Double Six Long-Wheelbase Saloon – Click above for high-res image gallery
As much as it runs against our colonial grain to say this, there are some perks to being a monarch. Aside from having an entire kingdom crammed full of palaces and an army of staff just waiting to cater to your every whim, you're evidently also free from prosecution under your country's courts. At least in the United Kingdom. As it turns out, Queen Elizabeth II can't be cited for traffic violations like, say, not wearing her seatbelt – something she was just caught doing. Why? Since the co