Published: Mon, December 18, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Prince Harry has interviewed Barack Obama for BBC Radio 4's Today programme

Prince Harry has interviewed Barack Obama for BBC Radio 4's Today programme

Last month, the former President congratulated Prince Harry on Twitter after it was announced that the royal was engaged to American actress and humanitarian Meghan Markle.

The pair's longtime bromance was on full display as Harry interviewed the former U.S. president, trading quips in a teaser released on Monday morning (AEST).

Mr Obama even asked Harry if he should put on a British accent for the radio slot.

He did not, but the prince warned Obama that he would get "the face" if he paused too long between answers.

The interview is part of the prince's guest editorship for the prestigious morning current affairs show. It will also be available as a podcast.

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Just as things were about to kick off, Prince Harry chimed in with: "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".

In the interview, scheduled to be released later this month, questioned Mr Obama about his memories of the day he left office and his post-presidential work with the Obama Foundation, according to Kensington Palace. At that point, he shows off an awfully stern look at which the former commander-in-chief laughs, "I don't want to see that face!"

Kensington Palace released a preview on Sunday of what appeared to be a sound check. We wish you a lifetime of joy and happiness together.

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