The first photo of Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who committed suicide after falling for a prank call involving Kate Middleton, has been released by Scotland Yard.
Saldanha passed away hours after being duped by the Kate Middleton prank call, in which two Australian DJ's pretended to be Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles.
Scotland Yard sent out the haunting snap-shot of Saldanha, the nurse on-call at King Edward VII Hospital in London, and whose demise is now under investigation.
The 46-year-old's death is currently listed as "unexplained."
An autopsy will be held next week, according to authorities.
Saldanha's family said in a statement: "We are deeply saddened by the loss of our beloved Jacintha. We would ask that the media respect out privacy at this difficult time."
The Australian radio station behind the call also issued a statement Saturday, stating it did nothing wrong and there was no way to have foreseen the tragic outcome.
The two DJ's have suspended themselves from the air.
Police in London have contacted their Australian counterparts about speaking with the two radio personalities, Mel Greig and Michael Christian, about the case.
While the station claims it did nothing wrong, Greig and Christian's call, which helped reveal details about the Duchess of Cambridge's health, was certainly marginal.
Nick Kaldas, deputy commissioner for New South Wales Police said: "It hasn't been indicated to us that an offense has occurred and they have not actually asked for anything yet.
"They've simply touched base, let us know of their interest and they will get back to us if they actually want something done. Nothing has been requested of us yet."
"As our colleagues in London continue to examine events leading up to the death of Jacintha Saldanha, we will be providing them with whatever assistance is required."
For what it's worth, the DJs have so far remained tight-lipped after the incident, but are receiving "intensive psychological counseling" to deal with the tragedy.
A spokeswoman said that Australian the pair would be speaking with the media, but when would depend on their state of mind, which was described as "fragile."