India-born nurse Jacintha Saldanha had received a series of prank calls from an Australian radio station in the lead up to her suicide at a London hospital last December, a media report said on Sunday.
Jacintha was found hanging in her nurses' quarters at King Edward VII's Hospital by a colleague and a security guard on December 7.
Radio host Michael Christian, one of two Southern Cross Austereo presenters at the centre of the disastrous royal prank, has resumed work.
Jacintha Saldanha was found hanged last December days after she answered the hoax call from DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian at Australian radio station 2Day FM.
The British Crown Prosecution Service is yet to decide on criminal charges against Australians Mel Greig and Michael Christian.
Public prosecutors must decide whether the case is strong enough to bring charges over the stunt that was condemned around the world.
Jacintha Saldanha had committed suicide after a prank call about Princess Kate from an Australian radio channel.
A family friend also claimed that Jacintha may have tried to commit suicide more than once which explained the 3 notes.
The coffin carrying Jacintha's body is expected to arrive in Mangalore from London via Mumbai on Sunday afternoon, police said.
In a tribute read out at the service, the children described Jacintha as "kind-hearted, generous and well-respected".
Jacintha Saldanha's family has demanded a probe after reports suggested she criticised hospital staff in one of her suicide notes.
The body of an Indian-origin nurse, who died after being duped by a prank call to a UK hospital, was on Friday flown to India.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority said it was using its special powers to launch a rare "own motion" probe.
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