ALDI supermarket’s new book on the royal family has left some shoppers scratching their heads.
The $4.99 book Where Are The Royal Family? follows the same format as the famous kids’ series Where’s Wally?, inviting readers to “find your favourite royals in these hilarious scenes”.
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But with the world still reeling after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s controversial interview with Oprah on Monday, the release has been considered especially timely by ALDI fans.
Sharing on a popular Facebook page, shopper Sheree described the book as as “collector’s item”.
“Now available in Aldi,” she wrote on the Aldi Mums page. “I got mine for only $5!”
But several interesting aspects of the cover design of the book have sparked lively conversation among shoppers and royal watchers.
Many pointed out that Harry and Meghan had been left out of the senior royals in the centre of the cover, which includes the Queen, Prince William, Katherine, Prince Philip and Prince Charles.
Instead, Harry and Meghan appear to be on either side of the royal family, apart from one another and not standing together.
“Is this the pre-Megxit or the post-Megxit edition?” said one.
Other shoppers noticed that Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, also didn’t appear alongside Prince Charles in the centre of the book.
However an eagle-eyed shopper spotted Camilla in the top left-hand corner of the cover – just a few spots along from one of the Queen’s beloved corgis.
Others wondered where Prince Andrew could be found on the front cover.
“I want to cut Andrew out and put him in a Lego jail,” said one.
Many agreed it was fortunate timing for ALDI to have the book available this week, and were keen to get a copy.
“With the interview, wow such good timing,” said one.
Added another: “Can’t wait to get one!”