LONDON (CBS) - A nurse involved in a radio prank call has died. King Edward VII's Hospital released a statement Friday morning about the nurse's death. An exact cause of death is under investigation.
The Duchess of Cambridge, often known as Kate, was admitted to the King Edward
VII Hospital in central London on Monday due to extreme morning sickness from her pregnancy.
Earlier this week, two radio disc jockeys from an Australian radio station telephoned the
hospital pretending to be Prince William's grandmother Queen Elizabeth and his father, the heir-to-the throne Prince Charles.
Despite putting on unconvincing impressions of the royal duo, they were put through to the ward where Kate is being treated and given intimate details about how she was faring.
A nurse told the presenters, who called in the early hours of Tuesday morning,
that Kate had had "an uneventful night" after being given dehydration fluids.