'I'm sure the royals put maximum pressure on this woman': Anti-monarchist Morrissey blames KATE for death of hoax call nurse Manchester-born singer Morrissey's hatred of royal family is well knownTold TV station 'dictatorship' family has 'absolutely staggering’ arroganceClaims Kate has said nothing about death of Jacintha Saldanha in London But Clarence House issued statement on the Duchess's behalf last Friday | UPDATED: 20:11 GMT, 12 December 2012 Morrissey last night sensationally claimed the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge did not care about the death of her hospital nurse found dead after being tricked by two DJs in the hoax call scandal. The 53-year-old singer, whose hatred of the British monarchy is well known, claimed Kate ‘feels no shame about the death of this poor woman’ after Jacintha Saldanha, 46, was found dead last Friday. Morrissey blasted the ‘dictatorship’ royal family for its ‘absolutely staggering’ arrogance and claimed he was ‘sure’ that Clarence House had ‘put maximum pressure on this poor receptionist and nurse’
Queen to make TV history with 3D Christmas messageMonarch will be the first Royal to be broadcast in 3DViewers will need special glasses or 3D television | UPDATED: 01:41 GMT, 10 December 2012 She has never shied away from using the latest technology for her Christmas message.
Rachel Johnson: Introducing The Mail on Sunday's brilliant new columnist PUBLISHED: 22:30 GMT, 8 December 2012 | UPDATED: 01:21 GMT, 9 December 2012 From a Southall council flat to Royal Supergran This week we’ve all felt some sympathetic contractions and unease as the world’s press camped outside a cluster of cells in Marylebone. Well I did anyway. First I worried for the Duchess, long before she would have heard the sad news that the nurse, Jacintha Saldanha, who took the prank phone call from the Australian DJs, had apparently killed herself
Sweet baby Kate: Seen for the first time, remarkable snapshots of the Duchess of Cambridge when she was a baby, revealed by one of her mother's oldest friends The photographs show Kate between the ages of six and 12-months-oldThey belong to George Brown, the mother of Kate's first 'pram buddy' George said: 'Catherine was a good baby…
Casual Wills spends five hours at hospital visiting pregnant Kate for third day as they face up to possibility he may have to go back on RAF duty while she stays in London Prince William back at Kate's bedside as couple face next few months apart He must return to Wales, but Kate stays in London to receive 'best care'Wills comforts wife as hospital releases her private details to prank callersAustralian radio DJs trick nurse by pretending they are Queen and CharlesSt James's Palace is 'furious' after early-hours stunt by 2Day FM presenters | UPDATED: 20:40 GMT, 5 December 2012 Dressed casually and visibly more relaxed than we have recently seen him, Prince William has spent a third day at hospital at his pregnant wife's bedside. The Duchess of Cambridge, 30, has been on a drip in the King Edward VII Hospital in London, after being admitted on Monday with an acute – and potentially dangerous – form of morning sickness. The Prince left shortly after 5pm tonight having spent five hours at his wife's bedside
'Royalbaby!' trends worldwide as Prime Minister kicks off frenzy of Twitter tributes within minutes of announcement David Cameron tweets that royal couple 'will make wonderful parents' Ed Miliband follows saying: 'The whole country will be thrilled' President Obama offered his family's congratulations via his daily Whitehouse briefing Baby has its own Twitter account and gets 500 followers in five minutes Business heads Lord Sugar and Richard Branson also ecstatic about the first born Kim Kardashian leads celebrity charge with 'awww so cute!' message PUBLISHED: 19:47 GMT, 3 December 2012 | UPDATED: 23:38 GMT, 3 December 2012 Within seconds of Prince William and Kate's happy announcement the couple were trending on Twitter – and drawing congratulations from the prime minister, the US president and of course Kim Kardashian.