Earlier this month she fell for a radio prank and ended up giving out information on Kate Middleton's condition, and hospital nurse Jacintha Saldanha indeed committed suicide following the incident.
According to a new report from the coroner’s office, the 46-year-old married mother-of-two ended her own life by hanging herself with a scarf from a wardrobe in her home, located near the King Edward VII hospital in which she worked.
She’s been receiving medical treatment for acute morning sickness for the past few days, and this morning (December 6) Kate Middleton was finally released from the hospital.
The Duchess of Cambridge stepped out of London’s King Edward VII hospital carrying a bouquet of yellow flowers and accompanied by her husband Prince William, much to the relief of Royal watchers the world over.
It’s no secret that everyone is clamoring for information on Kate Middleton's newly-announced pregnancy and one English radio station actually broke through the barriers for an update.
Mel Grieg and Michael Christian from 2Day FM found the phone number for the King Edward VII’s hospital wing where the Duchess of Cambridge is currently being treated, and called in for information on Kate’s condition.
He’s thrilled about his father-to-be status, and earlier today (December 5) Prince William showed up at King Edward VII Hospital in London, England to see his pregnant wife Kate Middleton.
The heir to the throne looked cool and casual in a shirt/sweater combo with dress trousers as he strolled into the medical center where his Duchess is currently being treated for severe morning sickness.