Prince Harry Interviews Barack Obama In New Kensington Palace Video

by Wade Massey December 18, 2017, 0:27
Prince Harry Interviews Barack Obama In New Kensington Palace Video

Prince Harry caught a case of the jitters when he sat down to interview former president Barack Obama for BBC Radio 4's Christmas programming recently.

In the teaser, Prince Harry and Mr Obama warm up ahead of the chat, with Mr Obama joking: "Do I need a British accent?" Harry revealed he much preferred to be the one asking the questions and warned Barack if he paused too long in between answers he would get "the face".

The interview, which is apart of the prince's guest editorship for the outlet, will delve into the men's shared goal of promoting youth leadership, as well as the day the president left office and his post-presidential life, according to Kensington Palace. It will also be available as a podcast.

"I don't want to see that face", Mr Obama replied after the Prince displayed an exaggerated stern face.

The Prince and the former president have enjoyed a relaxed, public friendship for years after becoming acquainted during the first Invictus Games in 2014.

"You're excited about this, I'm nervous about this that's what's quite amusing".

But Harry was not keen and said: "No, no, let's keep it this way".

The exchange took place at the Invictus Games in Toronto last September, featuring the Queen's grandson as guest host for BBC Radio 4's Today program.

Mr Obama and wife Michelle are tipped to fly in for Harry's Windsor Castle wedding to Meghan Markle next year. We wish you a lifetime of joy and happiness together.


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