Kate Middleton's parents, Carole and Michael Middleton, have decided to take down a controversial item from their store.

The Duchess of Cambridge's mom and dad recently made headlines after it was revealed that they were selling a zombie costume that many associated with Princess Diana for Halloween. Some royal fans deemed the move "sick." As a result, Carole and Michael decided to remove it from their online store, Party Pieces.

If you check "Zombie Sleeping Princess," which retailed at $14.32, on the site, you would no longer see the item. Instead, you will be shown a page that reads, "We are sorry, but the page or item you are looking for cannot be found."

Based on the site, the controversial costume for kids is a "not so pretty princess costume" and that wearing it will make one the "scariest princess at any Halloween party." It features a blood-drenched pink silky dress with a jagged skirt and a top that includes a gruesome print of the princess' ribcage and organs.

Princess Diana's friend also wasn't pleased with the item at all. Simone Simmons said, "This is sicker than sick." She even called the public to boycott the site and accused the Middletons of "scraping the barrel."

Royal expert Ingrid Seward had the same observation. Middletons' decision to sell the item was "in very poor taste."

Although the expert and Princess Diana's friend took offense from Carole and Michael's actions, a number of netizens don't think that selling a zombie princess costume for Halloween is all that bad. In fact, some said it's just normal for the occasion.

"Oh get a grip, most shops sell costumes more a less the same as this one and have done for some time now, you could say alot of costumes are distasteful for one reson or other to people.Not everything has to be about the late princess and people need to now let the poor lady rest," Jo wrote on Twitter.

"By backlash, do you mean a couple of people complained? We should just get rid of Halloween altogether. It seems we don’t deserve it anymore..." Lachlan Cameron added.

"Some people clearly need to get a life," Lyn McAuley commented.

Back in August, Middleton's parents were accused of cashing in on Meghan Markle after selling a birthday party banner in the run-up of the Duchess of Sussex' natal day with a print that read: "Happy 18th Birthday Megan."