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Royals close ranks as Aussie station defends conduct

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Prince William abandoned an event Sunday to be with his wife Catherine, as the Australian radio station engulfed in the row over the hoax phone call death promised to review its practices. 

A bunch of flowers is left outside the nurses' accommodation block by colleagues near the King Edward VII hospital in central London in memory of nurse Jacintha Saldanha who was found dead the previous day. The owners of an Australian radio station at the centre of the British royal prank call scandal Sunday said the tragic death of a nurse was "unforeseeable".

William pulled out of attending a military tournament in London to spend more time with Catherine, who was treated in a London hospital last week for acute morning sickness.

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