A woman who criticised the Duke of Edinburgh after his Sandringham car crash left her with a broken wrist is facing motoring charges relating to two separate earlier incidents.
Emma Fairweather, 46, was a passenger in a Kia car which collided with Prince Philip's Land Rover Freelander on January 17.
The 97-year-old said he was dazzled by low sun as he pulled out onto the busy A149 in Norfolk.
Ms Fairweather called for Philip to be prosecuted if found to be at fault.
He later surrendered his driving licence and the Crown Prosecution Service said he faces no further action.
It has since emerged that Ms Fairweather is facing motoring charges.
These are two charges of failing to provide the identity of a driver and two charges of speeding relating to incidents last year, a court official said.
The incidents on October 3 and October 21 both relate to a VW Golf, the Eastern Daily Press reported.
Each carries a maximum of six penalty points, meaning that if Ms Fairweather is convicted of both she could receive 12 points and lose her driving licence.
After January's crash Ms Fairweather described her upset that no-one from the royal family had contacted her to offer an apology.
She then branded Philip "highly insensitive and inconsiderate" after he was seen driving without a seatbelt 48 hours after the crash.
His car flipped over during the incident and he was rescued by a passing motorist.
A nine-month-old baby boy in the Kia was unhurt, but both Ms Fairweather and the driver were treated in hospital.
Ms Fairweather's case was in court on Tuesday and has been adjourned to April 30 at a magistrates' court in either Norwich or King's Lynn.
It is due to be heard in a single justice procedure hearing, which does not require the attendance of the defendant.
Australian Associated Press