Harry interviews Obama for BBC radio

Posted December 18, 2017

The two exchanged quips during the interview and when Harry admitted that he was nervous, Obama then offered to be the interviewer instead.

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Kensington Palace has released a teaser from a sit-down interview involving Prince Harry and former USA president Barack Obama, in which the two exchange banter ahead of their one-on-one chat. "It's fun. I'll interview you if you want?" Mr Obama asked during the clip, adding, "Do I need a British accent?"

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"No, but if you start using long pauses between answers you're going to get 'the face, '" Prince Harry replies, demonstrating the stern scowl he's referring to.

"No no, let's keep it this way", Harry says. "I'd much prefer that".

Kensington Palace said the conversation, which airs December 27, focuses on the pair's "shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders".

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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.

Last year Mr Obama and his wife, Michelle, posted a mock challenge to Prince Harry on Twitter before the 2016 Invictus Games, telling him to "bring it".

The full interview from the Invictus Games will broadcast on December 27 on BBC.

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