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A fun new book about the Royal family has sparked controversy among Australian locals due to its interesting front cover.

The book is sold for only $4.99 and is titled Where Are The Royal Family. The book follows the same format as the Where's Wally children's series. In the book, readers must find the British monarchy in "hilarious scenes".

The controversial placement of Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, on the cover has sparked an online meltdown. Harry and the Duchess of Sussex were not placed with the group of senior royals, which are pictured together in the centre, but were rather placed outside the barrier.

The book, which is now being hailed as a collector's item, comes soon after Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Pictured together, front and centre of the cover, are the Queen, Prince Phillip, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, and Prince Charles.

A woman captioned a photo of the book, “Now available in Aldi,” on the Aldi Mums Facebook page, which soon sparked a wide range of reactions from shoppers.

One viewer joked: “I'd have a bad urge to cut them out and place them in random places around the house for people to find.”

Some viewers commented on the omission of Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, from the group of senior royals alongside her husband Prince Charles, and was hidden away in the top left hand corner.

Another shopper also notice that “I don't see Princess Diana,” and some commented on the difficulty of spotting Prince Andrew. 

This is, however, not the first book in the series which appeared on the shelves, as one also commented that “I had the Kardashian one last time Aldi had them.” 

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