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Kate Middleton Pranksters Show Teary-Eyed Remorse After Radio Station Terminates Their Show!

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So sad!

When Aussie DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian called King Edward VII Hospital last week posing as Royals, they were unprepared for what would follow!

Nurse Jacintha Saldanha took her own life, and the DJs are left trying to figure out what went wrong as their radio station tries to ensure this horrendously unfortunate event can never be replicated

Ch-ch-check out the genuinely heartbreaking first interview the radio personalities gave after learning about the passing of Kate Middleton's nurse (above)!

Regardless of the appropriateness of the prank, it's clear Mike and Mel are sorry for how their actions may have contributed to Jacintha's death.

The 2Day FM station has since canceled the morning show, suspended advertising sales, banned any further prank calls, and began a company-wide review of "relevant company policies and processes."

The world is deeply saddened by this senseless tragedy.

Hopefully Jacintha's husband and kids are coping as well as can be expected.

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Scotland Yard Considering Launching Criminal Probe Into Kate Middleton Prank Call!

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Scotland Yard Considering Launching Criminal Probe Into Kate Middleton Prank Call

We figured it would only be a matter of time until this happened.

The world is still in shock over the suicide of Jacintha Saldanha, a nurse at the hospital where Kate Middleton was being treated for severe morning sickness who transferred the prank call from Australian radio DJs pretending to be Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles that ultimately led to the Dutchess' nurse revealing the details of her medical history live over the air, and now, it appears that Scotland Yard has gotten involved…and may be launching an investigation into the hoax!

A spokesman with the Metropolitan Police has revealed:

"Officers have been in contact with Australian authorities."

However, Nick Kaldas, the deputy commissioner for New South Wales Police, confirmed:

"It hasn't been indicated to us that an offense has occurred and they have not actually asked for anything yet. They've simply touched base, let us know of their interest and they will get back to us if they actually want something done. Nothing has been requested of us yet."

While

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