He also made remarks that Meghan is becoming a "zombie" and is being "held prisoner", reported Radar Online.
"Well, I would tell you, but then I would have to kill you", she responded.
This seems like a unusual statement to make, considering that her dad, Thomas Markle, has been slammed for taking money for interviews and paparazzi photos.
"I think she finds it a little frustrating at times, but this is her new life, and she has to deal with it", the source adds. And it is enough to have sparked a debate among courtiers over her penchant for wearing pants on Royal occasions.
Samantha said: "They were texting for a while but all of that ceased and so I think he is very anxious".
On her infamous Twitter charade, Samantha opened up about regretting it "to a degree". The relationship between Meghan and her father has been on the rocks for some time, but Harry appears to to think the dire situation is still fixable!
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Samantha, 53, has been an outspoke critic of Meghan, but insists she's not "cashing in" on Meghan's fame.
"Shane Black used to date Samantha Markle, the really insane sister", Munn said in a recent interview. Should she be speaking out as much as she is? "Harry is trying to work out the possibility for a meeting with Meghan's father, in California, following the Invictus games in October", a palace insider tells HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY.
Following the news of Meghan's engagement to Prince Harry, Samantha became quite outspoken regarding her half-sister's early life. "And the Dukes of Hazard and The Simpsons versus the royal family". "I feel that he deserves that in return", she said.
In following with tradition - as we've seen Prince William and Kate Middleton adhere to upon the birth of their three children - the gender of Harry and Meghan's baby will not be revealed to the world until it is born.
The source suggests it's precisely Adelaide Cottage's privacy that appeals to Prince Harry and Meghan, who are keen to make the move to Windsor.