Punked Kate Middleton Nurse Jacintha Blamed Radio DJ's For Her Death In Final Note

Contents of third note reportedly slam DJs

12.17.12 12:41 PM ET

Before royal nurse Jacintha Saldanha took her own life, she left three suicide notes, it was revealed at the inquest into her death last week. One of the notes dealt with funeral arrangements, another criticized the hospital and other staff members but in the third note she DID blame the two radio DJs who made a prank call pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles for her death, it was claimed over the weekend.

The revelation will heap more pressure on 2DayFM DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian who have gone into hiding following the tragedy, although the Australian authorities have specified that their investigations will focus on the part played by the radio station and that legally at least, the DJs are in the clear.

LONDON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 10:  Ben Barboza, the husband of Jacintha Saldanha, a former nurse at King Edward VII's hospital who was involved in a hoax call concerning the Duchess of Cambridge, arrives with family members at the Houses of Parliament ahead of a meeting with Former Labour minister Keith Vaz December 10, 2012 in London, England. Jacintha was one of two hospital staff who were responsible for inadvertently revealing details of the pregnant duchess's medical condition to two Australian DJs, and was subsequently found dead.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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Mrs Saldanha, 46, was found hanged in a wardrobe at a staff accomodation block three days after connecting the prank call to another nurse who gave out confidential information.

Image #: 20418223    epa03500785 The Sydney headquarters of Southern Cross Austereo, operators of radio station 2 Day FM at World Square, Sydney, Australia, 08 December 2012. 2 Day FM radio presenters Mel Greig and Michael Christian who prank-called a London hospital where Britiain's Prince William's pregnant wife was being treated have been taken off the air after the death of a nurse at the centre of the hoax. The radio jocks have been told not to comment on the matter which made international news and has been linked to the death of nurse and mother Jacintha Saldanha, 46, on 07 December.  EPA/WARREN CLARKE /LANDOV

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The Mail on Sunday also claimed that one of the DJs telephoned the hospital back within an hour of the call and spoke to Mrs Saldanha again, telling her they had played a prank which they planned to broadcast. The hospital has consistently maintained that the radio station did not call the hospital back, as required by Australian law.

In a tribute made in the UK on Saturday, Jacintha’s husband and children described her death as leaving an  'unfillable void'.

The couple's children – Junal, 17, and Lisha, 14 said: “We will miss your laughter, the loving memories and the good times we had together. The house is an empty dwelling without your presence. We are shattered and there is an unfillable void in our lives.”

Meanwhile family and friends of the nurse today gathered in a church in south India for her funeral.

Jacintha's body was kept at her husband's home in the town of Shirva for a few hours before being taken to the church for a prayer service and burial.

Saldanha's husband and two children had accompanied the body from London yesterday.

Jacintha’s family are to receive £320,000 from Southern Cross Austereo, the parent company of the radio station for whom the presenters work.