Royal Family commentator Angela Levin attacked Meghan Markle over the Duchess of Sussex's new children's book. While speaking to True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat, Ms Levin insisted the children were not interested in being lectured on societal issues relating to fatherhood. She added children like simple stories featuring animals and criticised the book front cover for being considerably "dull".
Ms Levin said: “Children’s books are directed at children.
"They like elephants, they like nasty tigers.
"They do not want a lecture about how different your relationship is with your father, whatever level of society you are at.
"This is a book for adults, not for children. Children are not interested in being told all of that, also, it is a very dull cover.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
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'Kids don't want lectures,Meghan!' Duchess of Sussex attacked for 'dull' preaching in book (Image: GETTY)
Duchess of Sussex: Meghan Markle has been criticised for preaching to children in her new book. (Image: Lorraine)
Royal expert Wesley Kerr also reflected on Meghan's use of her official title, Duchess of Sussex, for the book cover.
Mr Kerr said Beat: “Her title is that she is the Duchess of Sussex. ‘Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex’ is what a divorced person would use, so that’s quite interesting to use that title.
"It is very interesting to see that in their many appearances, their titles are used.
"When Harry did an appearance this week it was Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex.”
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