Prince William and Kate Middleton were traveling to Windsor on Monday when an accident took place, where a woman sustained serious injuries after a police motorcycle that was part of the Royal Convoy was involved in a collision with “a woman pedestrian”. The woman, who has been identified as Irene Mayor, 83, was hospitalized with serious injuries but is in stable condition according to IOPC who told The Telegraph. IOCP stated, “We are investigating the circumstances surrounding a collision involving a marked police motorcycle attached to the Royalty and Specialist Protection Command and a woman pedestrian on Upper Richmond Road, Richmond, south west London at 12:50 p.m. on Monday 17 June.” One witness to the accident told The Sun, “His bike hit her and she spun around, offer her feet and feel badly on the floor.” Fiona, Irene’s daughter told The Sun that they are keeping her stable and that she has “got lots of injuries. A spokesperson for Kensington Palace said that Kate and William have since sent their well wishes to Irene and that “The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were deeply concerned and saddened to hear about the accident on Monday afternoon.”