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Kate Middleton's Nurse's Suicide Note Found; Family Didn't Know About Prank Call

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More devastating details have surfaced regarding Jacintha Saldanha's recent death.

A suicide note has reportedly been found confirming that Saldanha, the registered nurse at King Edward VII Hospital who transferred a prank call to Kate Middleton's private carer, really did take her own life days after being tricked by Austrailan radio DJs…

BUT Jacintha's family apparently didn't even know about the call until AFTER Jacintha had passed!

And now they want answers.

Labor MP Keith Vaz is now representing the family, and recently stated:

"What the family need are the full facts. What the chairman of the hospital said to me was that there are inquiries going on in the hospital…that is not sufficient for the family.

There are unexplained circumstances. The family want to know everything. All the facts, fully and clearly. The hospital needs to be more proactive, a full inquiry is needed and the family need to be included in that.

[The family was] in the dark about the hoax call. [They] hadn’t watched the news or seen anything about it until after Jacintha’s death."

Unfortunately, Saldanha did not live with her family when working at the hospital, and was not staying with them around the time the hoax call was made.

To show support for Saldanha's family, the parent company of the 2DayFM radio show that orchestrated the call is donating $500,000 to a memorial fund set up by the hospital.

Hopefully this will at least provide financial ease for Jacintha's husband and two children, so they don't have to worry about money during such a difficult time.

So so SO incredibly sad.

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30 comments to “Kate Middleton's Nurse's Suicide Note Found; Family Didn't Know About Prank Call”



  1. 1

    They don't owe this woman shit! She was clearly unstable

  2. Haley says – reply to this


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    Re: littleme87 – I agree. This is getting ridiculous.

  3. Robbie says – reply to this


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    CAN YOU STOP CALLING, DUCHESS CATHERINE, 'KATE MIDDLETON". THE MEDIA DOESN'T SHOW HER THE SAME RESPECT AS OTHER PEOPLE IN THE ROYAL FAMILY. IT IS CURTIOUS AND RESPECTFUL TO CALL HER A DUCHESS. ALSO HER NAME IS CATHERINE, NOT 'KATE' . THE THING THAT GETS TO ME THE MOST, IS THAT YOU STILL CALL HER BY HER SURNAME! SHE IS A MEMBER OF THE ROYAL FAMILY. SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY AND THEIR SPOUSES, DO NOT HAVE SURNAMES! IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE! EVEN IF SHE DID HAVE A SURNAME, IT WOULDN'T BE MIDDLETON, DUE TO THE FACT THAT SHE IS MARRIED. HER SURNAME WOULD BE 'MOUNTBATTEN-WINDSOR'. WHICH IS THE SURNAME THAT JUNIOR MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY HAVE!

  4. elizabeth N. says – reply to this


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    Re: littleme87 – Seriously though. it's not the radio station's fault she took her own life. clearly someone has to be mentally unstable in order to do that in the first place. people need to grow some balls



  5. 5

    The fact that she was not with her family might be a greater factor in her suicide than that prank call. Tragic, but I think those prank callers have been vilified enough for something that clearly was not the only problem this woman was dealing with.

  6. D7 says – reply to this


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    Robbie, it doesn't matter what she's called on here. She was known as kate Middleton before she was married, and that's what most know her as now.
    As far as the monarchy are concerned, I just refer to them all as an archaic regeme that should be phased out.
    If its any consolation, I was 'down under' at the time of the royal wedding, and most Aussie radio djs just referred to her as 'Middo'

  7. Annoyed25 says – reply to this


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    @Robbie says
    "CAN YOU STOP CALLING, DUCHESS CATHERINE, 'KATE MIDDLETON". THE MEDIA DOESN'T SHOW HER THE SAME RESPECT AS OTHER PEOPLE IN THE ROYAL FAMILY. IT IS CURTIOUS AND RESPECTFUL TO CALL HER A DUCHESS. ALSO HER NAME IS CATHERINE, NOT 'KATE' . THE THING THAT GETS TO ME THE MOST, IS THAT YOU STILL CALL HER BY HER SURNAME! SHE IS A MEMBER OF THE ROYAL FAMILY. SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY AND THEIR SPOUSES, DO NOT HAVE SURNAMES! IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE! EVEN IF SHE DID HAVE A SURNAME, IT WOULDN'T BE MIDDLETON, DUE TO THE FACT THAT SHE IS MARRIED. HER SURNAME WOULD BE 'MOUNTBATTEN-WINDSOR'. WHICH IS THE SURNAME THAT JUNIOR MEMBERS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY HAVE! "

    Do you find it hard to breathe with your head so far up your own @ss?
    Seriously??
    Piss off.
    How about you show some respect yourself, someone just took their own life.



  8. 8

    remember the white house crashers?….yeah that was way more criminal. this was a call…anyone can say that there were the queen.

  9. maggie says – reply to this


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    It's too bad that the nurse didn't think of her children before killing herself….a very coward and selfish act.

  10. boston61 says – reply to this


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    Re: Robbie

    She and the other ROYAL parasites deserve NO respect.



  11. 11

    I think that the hospital put a lot of pressure on her and probably threatened to fire her. I hear radio pranks all of the time but in this case, events took place that no one could have seen coming



  12. 12

    Re: boston61
    And why do you think that?? I'm assuming by your name your from the States, do you even know the first thing about the Royal family, or their history. Thats just offensive ignorance.
    And I agree with Robbie, get her name right!



  13. 13

    How did her family not hear about the hoax? It was being played all over the world.

  14. @v@ says – reply to this


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    Her passing doesn't make sense to me. She gave no info but simply passed on the call.
    More information is right.

  15. heather says – reply to this


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    @Robbie calm down lol. The U.S doesn't have royals and most of the royals we ever hear about are from history class of people cutting peoples heads off lol. However, calm down I like her and I liked Princess Dianna. We are not taught the proper names and etc of royals because we don't have them. I wouldn't jump down your throat for not knowing something American. Plus in celebrity news most celebs are still referred to as their surname when they first made news. Jessica Biel just married and took Justin Timberlakes last name and I find it hard to remember to call her that. As a married woman myself I don't get mad when people call me by my old last name I just correct them nicely and let it go. No reason to be mad about it.



  16. 16

    Re: Lady Says – Most Americans are not fascinated by British Royalty, it's not ignorance it's a lack of interest. Do you really think the "Royals" should continue to exist? $80 million dollars spent on a wedding, for two people who don't work and are kept afloat on welfare by commoners!



  17. 17

    Re: mojo jojo – I agree with you. The hospital says they were supporting her through that time … but I seriously doubt that.



  18. 18

    Re: jessicaseinfeldsucks
    Nor do they have any reason to be fascinated, but negatively commenting on them is not a lack of interest is it!
    Yes they should continue to exist, it's our history and heritage which is very important to alot of people. They do work, almost every blood member of the Royal family has served in the military including the Queen during WW2, no reason anyone from overseas should know this, but if your going to make comments, get your facts straight, it's that simple.
    And I'd rather pay to keep them afloat than all the lazy British trash and foreigners that are scrounging and taking advantage of Britains benefits. Country's losing alot of it's pride and culture, thats why it's so important to hold on to the royal family.

  19. h8theenglish says – reply to this


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    Re: Robbie – Like anyone other than the english that are soooo hung up on their antiquated "royal family" give a shit really? get over it



  20. 20

    Re: h8theenglish
    Then again I ask why bother to make a comment if you don't give a sh*t?
    I'm baffled that nobody seems to get why the British (and by no means all of us) like the Royal family! Every other country has pride so why does it bother so many people that we do too!?!
    Get over yourselves, and be more open minded to other Countries heritage and culture!

  21. Silly-billy-royal-goat says – reply to this


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    I was curious as to what people were commenting regarding this whole affair. I agree with most people here.
    1. The concept of royals is frivolous, ridiculous and out dated. Who cares if Katey Midton is puking cause she's preggos.
    2. The suicidal nurse must have had pre existing mental issues if she was suicidal. How did she end up being a nurse if she was imbalanced like that? I have zero sympathy for her. I do feel for her kids though.
    3. It was a funny prank call. Leave the DJs alone. If a homicidal maniac nurse hadn't offed herself we'd all be laughing along. I'm laughing anyways.



  22. 22

    Re: Lady Says – I must admit, that Lady Diana was fascinating. She fascinated the world, and I absolutely adored her. But after her divorce, she lost the "HRH" title, not nice Royal Family! And since she was the most pursued person on the planet, why didn't the Royal Family protect her? Why wasn't Scotland Yard a constant presence? Every former U.S. President has Secret Service for life, why not Diana? I think many in the world turned on British Royalty after that.



  23. 23

    Re: jessincasefieldsucks
    I agree the Royal family didn't come off looking good after that. And for me it's not even so much as what they do as to why I like them, it's the symbol of them, the history. So I see why others around the world don't like them, but you take pride in your own, and they're just a part of what it is to be British. We accept pride from all other countries, so accept ours.

  24. Jane says – reply to this


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    Re: D7 – What rubbish. Many families have to live apart for economic reasons. They do not commit suicide!!!she was a strong personality. Very odd

  25. Natasha says – reply to this


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    Re: @v@
    This was definately not a suicide. The parents have already said that their daughter was a strong person. Too many people believe what the media are being told to report. Why would a nurse kill herself a few weeks before Christmas when she has young children and a husband? It doesn't make sense - why should she perceive this prank call as being the end of the world for her? Indian families are very close and have good community ties. As for the suddenly reported 'suicide note' - I don't believe it at all. This nurse was murdered by someone who had a grudge.



  26. 26

    Re: Lady Says – England has to re-examine it's immigration policies. The last time I was in London, I could not believe how "un-English" it was! Change who you let in, don't hold on to antiquated traditions!



  27. 27

    Re: JeffreyR.Peter SnoodleNoodle
    I absolutely agree! But that is why I like the royal family, it's holding on to something while we lose everything else. As a result I've immigrated to Canada, and as much as I love being English, very happy I don't live there. England needs to adopt the immigration plicies of other countries, why everyone else has it spot on a we don't baffles me, I've worked very hard to immigrate to Canada, very expensive and time consuming, but thats how it should be.

  28. sarah says – reply to this


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    Re: Robbie – noone cares.

  29. marcopolo says – reply to this


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    Re: elizabeth N. – who cares



  30. 30

    Why do we keep making such a big deal about the radio talk show phone call? When an individual takes their own life, it is not due to one single incident. There is obviously an underlying cause and probable history of depression, that either the family was or was not well aware of (although I do not know how they could have not been aware of it). It could have been that with all the negative publicity that resulted from the incident, it was the straw that broke the camel's back but to keep blaming it on the radio show is ludicrous.