Mr Markle claims the incident occurred when he was in hospital recovering from a heart attack three days before his daughter Wednesday the Prince.
The royal family has found itself in crisis after the recent statements by the father of Meghan Markle as well, the Queen has been obliged to intervene.
"Maybe it would be better for you guys if I was dead ... then you could pretend to be sad ..." When Harry asked about them, he lied and said he had not made any deals with the photographer, but this lie was exposed several days later, when the Daily Mail revealed that he was paid to pose for the shots. Among other things, they discussed what to do when news of the relationship became public - and Harry advised Mr Markle to avoid the paparazzi at all costs.
Markle's comments come ahead of his daughter Samantha Markle's highly anticipated appearance on United Kingdom reality show Celebrity Big Brother, where she is expected to discuss her famous sister, who she previously labelled "Princess Pushy".
"Harry told me that I should never go to the press", Mr Markle told the Mail.More news: Trump camp to sue Omarosa for breaking non-disclosure?
After our story appeared, Harry and Meghan called Mr Markle again, though by then he was in hospital recovering from a heart attack.
Markle spoke to The Mail on Sunday for almost nine hours over the course of three days to say he has been left reeling by Meghan's "sense of superiority" since this newspaper first exposed him for staging a set of paparazzi pictures just six days before the May 19 wedding at Windsor.
"Meghan has no immediate plans to contact her father". 'That hurt, ' he said. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will attend the Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia October 20 - 27 and will also travel to New Zealand, Fiji and the Kingdom of Tonga. I wish them well. "I think Meghan chose me for reasons other than just a attractive dress - plenty of people can do that".
He added: "But as for the rest of it, f*** it".
Kensington Palace declined The Mail on Sunday's request for comment.