With thanks to a reader for posting this link in a comment, Hawass in Atlanta on 26th March has again been speaking of finding the tomb of Nefertiti.
While stopping short of making an outright prediction, he suggested that his team would make the next big find – the tomb of Queen Nefertiti, who has assumed a legendary status as one of the world’s most beautiful women ever to have lived.It's the only write up I've been able to find and I can't tell whether this is a journalist jumping to conclusions or whether Hawass really did drop more hints about the tomb of Nefertiti. Hawass is campaigning for the bust of Nefertiti in Berlin to be returned to Egypt as we know, and I am just a little suspicious that keeping Nefertiti in the news could have as much to do with that campaign as it does archaeology in the Valley of the Kings.
He also spoke further in an interview afterwards about the new law copyrighting the image of antiquities from statues to Tutankhamun and even the pyramids. I really don't see how you can copyright the image of the pyramids long after it has been in the public domain and I don't understand copyright law well enough to guess whether a new law past in Egypt as any effect in Europe and America.