A mass has been held at Westminster Cathedral for the Bristol nurse who was found dead after being duped by a hoax call from two DJs.
The inquest into the death of Bristol nurse Jacintha Saldanha has been opened and adjourned this morning.
The Australian radio station whose DJs duped a Bristol nurse with a prank call is to set up a memorial fund for her family.
Two Australian DJs have given their first interview following the hoax call they made to the London hospital looking after the Duchess of Cambridge. A nurse from Bristol who answered the call was found dead at an address in London on Friday.
It's believed Jacintha Saldanha took her own life. Click here to see the full interview.
Tributes have been pouring in for the nurse from Bristol who was the victim of a radio prank that went tragically wrong.
Jacintha Saldhana was found dead days after transferring a hoax call from Australian DJ's who were able to obtain intimate details about the Duchess of Cambridge's condition.
Daisy Gray reports:
A steady stream of people have been delivering flowers and dropping cards off this morning at the house in Bristol where hospital nurse,Jacintha Saldanha lived with her husband and two children.
A nurse who apparently took her own life following a prank call about the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was from Bristol.
Jacintha Saldanha worked at the King Edward VII's hospital in London which treated the Duchess of Cambridge for severe morning sickness.
Mrs Saldhana answered a call from two Australian radio presenters pretending to be the Queen and Prince of Wales.
In a statement last night, Ms Saldanha's family said they were "deeply saddened" by the death and asked for privacy.
They said: "We as a family are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Jacintha. We would ask that the media respect our privacy at this difficult time."