Prince Harry interviewed Obama and it looks like it’ll be hilarious

Prince Harry interviewed Obama and it looks like it’ll be hilarious

Image: REX/Shutterstock Back in September, Prince Harry and Barack Obama sat down for a one-on-one radio interview, and it's finally seeing the light of day later this month. One of the roal family's Twitter accounts posted a little preview of the chat between the prince and the United States' 44th president, and it looks like the two had a lot of fun together. The interview will be coming out on BBC 4's Today on Dec. 27. In the preview (which appears to be before they start recording the official interview), Obama asks Prince Harry if he needs to speak a little faster than usual or use a British accent. Prince Harry then lets Obama know that if the former president starts taking long pauses between answers, the prince will give him a stern, speed-it-up face. The two seem like they have a really good chemistry together, and have jokingly (and very publicly) ribbed each other before over sports rivalries. The interview is a part of Prince Harry's guest editor spot with BBC Radio, and was recorded in September during the 2017 Invictus Games, at which Obama and Prince Harry were seen sharing a whole bunch of laughs together. According to the Kensington Palace Twitter account, during the interview the two talk about Obama's departure from the presidency, his life plans, and the Obama foundation. The conversation with @BarackObama includes his memories of the day he left office and his hopes for his post-presidential life, including his plans to focus on cultivating the next generation of leadership through the @ObamaFoundation. — Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 17, 2017 In the preview, Prince Harry mentions that the interview will be cut to 20 minutes, but a longer version will be available as a podcast as well.

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Back in September, Prince Harry and Barack Obama sat down for a one-on-one radio interview, and it’s finally seeing the light of day later this month.

One of the roal family’s Twitter accounts posted a little preview of the chat between the prince and the United States’ 44th president, and it looks like the two had a lot of fun together. The interview will be coming out on BBC 4’s Today on Dec. 27.

In the preview (which appears to be before they start recording the official interview), Obama asks Prince Harry if he needs to speak a little faster than usual or use a British accent. Prince Harry then lets Obama know that if…

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