Prince Harry interviews Obama for the BBC

Dec 18, 2017, 00:41
Prince Harry interviews Obama for the BBC

In the teaser released by the palace, Prince Harry outlines how the interview will proceed to a relaxed Mr Obama.

The bromance between Britain's Prince Harry and former USA president Barack Obama has continued during an interview for British radio.

Prince Harry has taken on the role of guest editor for the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, which will air on December 27th.

"Do I need a British accent?" a jovial Obama interrupts, asking whether he will have to speak more quickly.

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The palace said the conversation features Obama talking about his plans to focus on cultivating the next generation of leadership through the Obama Foundation.

Without hesitation the prince quips back: "No not at all, but if you start using long pauses you're probably going to get "the face" he says with a mock-stern face.

"Lemme see the face..."

Near the end of the clip, Harry admits to feeling a few pre-show jitters, telling Mr Obama: "You're excited about this".

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Harry, who was recently at the inaugural summit of the Obama Foundation in Chicago, has forged a strong bond with the Obamas through his work with servicemen and his trips to America.

Michelle even co-hosted the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games with Prince Harry when it came to Florida a year ago. After having watched the video, the Queen simply replies: "Oh really?"

The interview recorded at September's Invictus Games in Toronto will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on December 27. Are you looking forward to Prince Harry's and Meghan Markle's wedding?

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