Piers Morgan launched a fresh blistering attack on pregnant Meghan Markle.
The Duchess of Sussex has penned a children's book The Bench about a father and son relationship seen through a mother's eyes.
In the light of the news, Piers had no qualms mocking Meghan and Harry's "appalling relationships" with their own fathers, Thomas Markle and Prince Charles.
The outspoken personality laid into the pregnant Suits actress as he called her "tone-deaf".
He wrote in The Daily Mail column : "The whole notion of Meghan Markle dishing out advice to anyone about the relationship between fathers and children is absolutely ridiculous given the appalling relationships she and her husband have with their own fathers.
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"Yet her brazen decision to do it anyway is so sadly typical of a woman whose tendency for staggering hypocrisy is only matched by her extraordinary tone-deafness."
Seeing the funny side, the Life Stories star wanted the world to know it made him "laugh out loud".
In his lengthy attack, Piers penned Meghan was "ruthless" in disowning her own dad Thomas.
The Duchess of Sussex has penned a children's book The Bench about a father and son relationship seen through a mother's eyes
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Famously Meghan and Thomas haven't seen eye to eye since she embarked on her relationship with Prince Harry.
Thomas failed to attend the Royal wedding after eventually caving in and selling pictures of himself to the paps which started the demise of their relationship.
Elsewhere in the column, it didn't go unnoticed by Piers that Meghan was using her Royal title The Duchess of Sussex to promote the book.
Her new book
The broadcast journalist insisted it was "cynical" of her to "exploit" the title when she had stepped down from her Royal duties in 2018.
Meghan released a statement about her new book with Random House.
"The Bench started as a poem I wrote for my husband on Father's Day, the month after Archie was born,'' she said in a statement.
"That poem became this story.
"My hope is that The Bench resonates with every family, no matter the makeup, as much as it does with mine.”