Emma Fairweather, 45, who was travelling with a female friend and a nine-month-old baby, was injured when the Kia they were travelling in was hit by a Land Rover Freelander being driven by the duke near Sandringham on Thursday.
The Daily Telegraph accidentally published a pre-written article on the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Though the newspaper immediately deleted the article, it wasn't before Netizens had taken screenshots of the headline, and the 'news' was picked up by Google search.
This comes nearly seven weeks after the palace announced that Prince Philip will retire from royal duties from September. At that time, the palace had also said that the royal will continue to attend previously scheduled engagements until August, with the monarch and individually.