The family of a nurse found dead after she was duped by a hoax phone call at the hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife are to attend a mass in her memory Saturday at Westminster Cathedral in London.
The Catholic cathedral said its 10.30am mass would be offered "for the repose of the soul" of Jacintha Saldanha, 46, a mother of two who was found hanged a week ago, days after taking the hoax call at King Edward VII's hospital in London.
The call was made by two Australian radio presenters posing as Queen Elizabeth II and and William's father Prince Charles, and led to details of the medical condition of Prince William's wife Catherine being made public.
Indian-born Saldanha had transferred the call to another nurse who revealed details of Kate's severe morning sickness.
An inquest heard Thursday that Saldanha was found hanged in her room in nurses' accommodation near the hospital. She had wrist injuries and had left three notes.
The hospital said Friday it offered support to Saldanha and had stressed to her that she would not be disciplined for falling victim to the prank.
A service was held in her memory on Friday in Bristol, where she lived.
Australian police said Thursday that death threats have been made against Michael Christian and Mel Greig, the DJs from Sydney's 2Day FM radio station who made the hoax call.
The presenters, who have been undergoing counselling, remain off air and have not been seen in public since making tearful apologies in a television interview on Monday.