Meghan Markle is making headlines again, but this time for authoring a children's book about a father-son relationship, with her royal title on the cover. 

As Meghan unveiled the cover of the book published by Random House Books which is set to release on June 8. Followers of the Duchess of Sussex went into defence mode while some questioned why she used her Royal title on the cover.

The cover has her name styled as "Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex," which has been dubbed as hypocritical of the former actress, who stepped down as a senior member of the British Royal Family in January 2020.

Piers Morgan, was particularly bothered by Meghan’s new book. In a tweet, he said, “How the hell can ‘I hate royalty but call me Duchess of Sussex’ Markle preach about father-child relationships when she’s disowned her own dad and wrecked her husband’s relationship with his?”

One Facebook user also suggested the book was evidence of the monarchy's commercialization, something Queen Elizabeth wished to discourage, whilst others claimed she is cashing in on her title.

The relationship between Prince Harry and their son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor was the inspiration for the book. The children's book, titled "The Bench," is based on a poem she wrote for her husband after their son was born. It is about the bond between a father and son as seen from the eyes of a mother. 

Meghan’s bio in the book is one for those with a taste for humor. "Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, is a mother, wife, feminist, and activist.... She currently resides in her home state of California with her family, two dogs, and a growing flock of rescue chickens,” it reads.

Beyond the acting career that’s behind her, and the dubious status in the Royal Family, Meghan who studied at Northwestern University, actively advocates for gender equality with the United Nations and is a global ambassador for World Vision, Canada.

"The fact that she wants to cling on to her royal title and the book is written by Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, is laughable," Harry's biographer, Angela Levin told The Sun. One does not use their royal status for financial benefit, Levin said, and "not many people sign a book with their titles."

After the announcement of Meghan's latest project, it has been revealed that many members of the royal family have published work using their names that are a reflection of their royal lineage. 

Princess Michael of Kent, who married Prince Michael - George V's grandson and Queen's first cousin - has authored several books on European royalty and described herself as 'Her Royal Highness Princess Michael of Kent.'

Meghan's book's illustrator Christian layered in exquisite and elegant watercolor drawings that capture the love, happiness, and warmth of father-son relationships from all walks of life. The Duchess said. "This representation was particularly important to me and Christian and I worked closely to depict this special bond through an inclusive lens.

"My hope is that The Bench resonates with every family, no matter the make up, as much as it does with me."

Meghan Markle Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speaks during a special school assembly at the Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham ahead of International Women’s Day (IWD) held on Sunday 8th March, on March 6, 2020 in London, England. Photo by Ben Stansall-WPA Pool/Getty Images