Duchess Kate and the making of a Monarch

Prince William stand next to his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge as she leaves the King Edward VII hospital in central London. (AP)

Prince William stand next to his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge as she leaves the King Edward VII hospital in central London. (AP)

Prince William arrives at the King Edward VII hospital to visit his wife the Duchess of Cambridge in central London. (AP)

The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge leave the King Edward VII hospital where she has been treated for hyperemesis gravidarum, extreme morning sickness at King Edward VII Hospital in London, England. (GETTY/GALLO)

Britain's Prince William stand next to his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge as she leaves the King Edward VII hospital in central London. Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting their first child, and the Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to hospital suffering from a severe form of morning sickness in the early stages of her pregnancy. King Edward VII hospital says a nurse involved in a prank telephone call to elicit information about the Duchess of Cambridge has died. The hospital said that Jacintha Saldanha had been a victim of the call made by two Australian radio disc jockeys. They did not immediately say what role she played in the call. (AP)

Prince William stand next to his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge as she leaves the King Edward VII hospital in central London. (AP)

A bunch of flowers is left outside the nurses accommodation block by colleagues near the King Edward VII hospital in central London. (AFP)

Police officers and hospital staff stand by the rear of a coroners van as a body is loaded inside outside a nurses accommodation block near the King Edward VII hospital in central London where nurse Jacintha Saldanha was found dead. (AP)

Southern Cross Austereo CEO Rhys Holleran talks to the media during a press conference at Austereo, in Melbourne Australia. 2dayFM Radio Presenters Mel Greig and Michael Christian have been taken off air following the suicide of royal nurse Jacintha Saldanha. Nurse Saldana took a prank call from the presenters while working at the King Edward VII Hospital where Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was receiving treatment. (GETTY/GALLO)

John Lofthouse (R) the Chief Executive of King Edward VII's hospital and Lord Glenarthur, the hospital's Chairman, deliver a statement to the media outside the hospital following the death of a nurse who took a hoax call concerning the Duchess of Cambridge's treatment in London, England. The nurse, named as Jacintha Saldanha, was one of two hospital staff who were responsible for inadvertently revealing details of the pregnant duchess's medical condition to two Australian DJs. (GETTY/GALLO)

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