She added: "There needs to be a decision as to whether Prince Philip and I are from the same walk of life here or not. I'm very anxious that I haven't been asked for a statement from the police", she said.
"I feel that his treatment has not been the same as mine".
Following the pictures appearing of Philip not wearing a seatbelt, a Norfolk Police spokesman said: "Suitable words of advice have been given to the driver".
Morgan said he understood the reason for the Prince's rudeness - royal scandals are daily fodder for tabloid journalists - but "what staggered me was how he was prepared to be SO rude to someone who was an invited guest at his son's birthday party".
Ms Fairweather told the Sunday Mirror that neither she hadn't been contacted by the Royal family in the aftermath of the crash, despite the Royal family releasing a statement suggesting otherwise.
Fairweather also revealed she had received a message from one of the Queen's ladies in waiting but not the Monarch, despite reports they had personally reached out to her.
The scene near to the Sandringham estate where Prince Philip was involved in a vehicle accident.
"She is very loyal to the royal family but she had genuinely imagined that just a little bit more consideration could have been shown towards her".
Queen Elizabeth attended church alone over the weekend with her husband nowhere to be seen.
Despite the 4×4 rolling over and the Kia being badly damaged, the duke escaped without injury - as did the baby, although the women involved required hospital treatment for their injuries.
He describes Prince Philip as "breathtakingly offhand", refusing his hand when Morgan extended it for a handshake.
The TV appearance comes a day after Fairweather gave an exclusive interview to United Kingdom newspaper Sunday Mirror, where she revealed she hadn't heard from the 97-year-old Royal or Buckingham Palace, despite officials saying she had been contact privately "and well wishes were exchanged".
Piers Morgan chatting with the Queen Mother at Prince Philip's 50th birthday party.
A Norfolk police spokeswoman confirmed to the BBC that Prince Philip had been spoken to regarding the photographs.