Scobie recently published “Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Family,” a book chronicling Markle’s journey with Prince Harry from the beginnings of their romance through their historic “Megxit.”
Since the book was published — with its contents repeatedly making headlines — Scobie has addressed the critics of Markle, 39, and Harry, 35, and suggested they pay attention to a different issue.
“Would love to occasionally see the tears and energy these morons spend on a non-working royal used on Prince Andrew’s horrendous mess,” the author tweeted Saturday.
He added: “Or is there nothing worse than a woman of colour with a voice?”
The disclosure of the 60-year-old prince’s link to Epstein resulted in his stepping back from public duties last year, though he is expected to still receive birthday honors reserved for senior royals.
Markle and Harry have drawn criticism themselves for also relinquishing their public duties on behalf of the crown. The couple has now moved to Santa Barbara, Calif., with their son Archie.
“Finding Freedom” has made several bombshell claims about the royal couple — including that a longtime friend of Harry’s “had doubts” about the prince’s relationship with Markle, the Duchess felt Princess Michael of Kent’s wearing of an offensive brooch was intentional and much more.
The book has been a hot topic since its release, and Amazon has reportedly restricted reviews on the book after “noticing unusual activity” online, with many reviews slamming the piece within just a day or two of its release.
Markle and Harry are keeping busy now that they’re in California, as they’ve made a joint appearance to praise activists for working toward making the internet a safe space, as well as urging Americans to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The two are also reportedly shopping a top-secret project around Hollywood.