Royals at the Wheel! See the Queen, Prince Charles and More Royals in the Driver's Seat
In 1957, the Queen takes her two eldest children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne, for a drive (with plenty of onlookers!).
Prince Charles rides in style in an Aston Martin on his way to a polo match in Windsor, with Princess Diana in the passenger seat.
The Queen gives her best "not impressed" face behind the wheel of a Range Rover. Vroom!
Although she's often spotted behind the wheel, the Queen doesn't actually have a driver's license — she's the only person in the U.K. who isn't required by law to have one.
The Queen can handle serious vehicles! During World War II, she drove an ambulance as a mechanic in the Auxiliary Territorial Service.
Prince Philip at the wheel in 1950 — with his wife riding shotgun!
On their way to the Queen's annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace, William was on carpool duty for Princess Kate, Prince Harry and Prince George.
William the train conductor? The royal took a train for the soon-to-be-opened Elizabeth Line (named in honor of his Granny!) for a test drive in November 2016.
While on vacation at the Queen's Scottish retreat, Balmoral, Kate's mom, Carole Middleton, gets a front row seat in Her Majesty's Range Rover. (A special privilege!)