A transcript of the hoax call made by 2Day FM radio hosts Mel Greig and Michael Christian to the London private hospital where Prince William's pregnant wife Catherine is being treated for acute morning sickness has been made public.
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Michael: I'm going to be Prince Charles, you are going to be the Queen. Let's give this hospital a call.
Mel: This is awesome!
Hospital: Hello, good morning King Edward VII Hospital?
Mel: (in accent) Oh, hello there, could I please speak to Kate please, my granddaughter?
Hospital: Oh yes, just hold on, ma'am.
Mel: Thank you.
Michael: Are they putting us through?
Mel: (still in accent) Yes!
Mel: Kate my darling, are you there?
Nurse: Good morning ma'am, this is the nurse speaking, how may I help you?
Mel: Hello, I'm just after my granddaughter Kate. I want to see how her little tummy bug is going.
Nurse: She's sleeping at the moment, and she has had an uneventful night, and sleep is good for her. As we speak she's been given some fluids to rehydrate her because she was quite dehydrated when she came in. Um, but she's stable at the moment.
Mel: Okay, I will just feed my little corgis then.
*sounds of dogs in the background*
Mel: So when is a good time to come and visit her?
Nurse: Um, ma'am -
Mel: Charles! Charles!
Michael: Mummy, is everything okay?
Mel: Oh wait! My Charles, when can you take me to the hospital, Charles?
Michael: When will it be alright to come down and see her?
Nurse: I would suggest that anytime after nine o'clock would be suitable.
Michael: Is Wills still there or is he gone home? I haven't spoken to him yet.
Nurse: He went home at about half past nine last. No actually, at about nine o'clock last night.
Michael: Okay, lovely, but they're okay, everything's alright?
Nurse: Yes, she's quite stable at the moment. She hasn't had any retching with me, since I've been on duty, and she has been sleeping on and off.
Nurse: I think it's difficult to be sleeping in a strange bed as well.
Michael: Yes, of course. It's hardly the palace is it?
*both laugh, phone cuts off*
Mel: She was giving us real information!
Michael: Mumsy! I think they've believed everything we've just said.
Mel: I am the queen! Bow for me!
Michael: Bow for you and your terrible accent!