The private hospital that is looking after the Duchess of Cambridge has had to apologise to her and her husband after a hoax caller was put through to her ward.
One of her nurses broke the rules on medical confidentiality, giving away details about her condition over the phone.
The two Australian radio presenters who were behind the hoax have since apologised. You can listen to a recording of their call here.
ITV News' correspondent Paul Davies explains how they got put through:
The Duchess of Cambridge left hospital today, after three days of treatment for a severe form of morning sickness.
A nurse disclosed information about Kate's condition to two DJs who rang the hospital claiming to be the Queen and Prince Charles.
The Duchess of Cambridge is to spend another night in hospital being treated for acute morning sickness but is said to be feeling better.