Letters for those who wished Prince Philip a speedy recovery following his crash near Sandringham
Royal thank you letters have been sent out to those who offered their best wishes to Prince Philip following his road collision at Babingley last month.
The letters were signed off by Suzy Lethbridge, the correspondence secretary for the Duke's office.
In the letter, it says the collision on the A149 was "a shock for all concerned."
It said: "The Duke of Edinburgh thanks you for your kind message of good wishes following the recent accident near Sandringham.
"It was a shock for all concerned. The Norfolk emergency services were quick to respond and assist those involved.
"Prince Philip is grateful to you for taking the trouble to write."
Emma Fairweather, the passenger of the Kia involved in the collision with the Duke's Land Rover is to have surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for her broken wrist.
She told The Sunday Mirror that she needs a titanium plate to repair the fracture and expects to be in a cast for eight weeks.
Ms Fairweather will also be off work until April.