In 2012, Australian radio DJs - Mel Greig and Michael Christian - fooled nurses at London's King Edward VII Hospital into sharing sensitive details on the Duchess of Cambridge, who was being treated for severe morning sickness at the time.
But, the prank call ended in tragedy when nurse Jacintha Saldanha took her own life three days later.
Seven years on, and still ‘haunted’ by the events - Mel joins us from Sydney to discuss her guilt, and explain how she’s turned her life around.
During the interview with Eamonn and Ruth, Mel admitted that she thought about ending her life after hearing about what happened to Jacintha.
'If I'm perfectly honest, it's been hard to live. About six months after the prank call, I contemplated whether I should still be here,' she admitted.
'I remember sitting there on the bathroom floor, just thinking, "am I ever going to get through this? Is this what my life is like now?", and I came to a conclusion that it was absolutely not the answer for me and it should never be the answer for anyone.
'In that moment when I chose life, I decided to move forward and to learn what I could from what happened and help other people.'