Prince Harry Gets Candid with US Former President Barack Obama for 'Today'
- Author: Gwendolyn Kim Dec 18, 2017,
Dec 18, 2017, 0:39
The bromance between Britain's Prince Harry and former United States president Barack Obama has continued during an interview for British radio. But we digress. According to the statement, Prince Harry and Obama sat down to talk about "their shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders", but the sneak peek is a lot more lighthearted.
A portion of the interview will drop as part of BBC's Radio 4 Today programme, with the full 40 minute chat landing as a podcast at a later time.
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.
Response to the royal and presidential interview has been great and some fans pointed out that "Harry and Barry" made quite the team.
In the teaser, Prince Harry and Mr Obama warm up ahead of the chat, with Mr Obama joking: "Do I need a British accent?" "It's fun. I'll interview you if you want?" The sound was adjusted to its highest quality. Some have even stated they can't wait until December 27, 2017, to see it.
Some viewers commented that they hoped Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would invite President Obama and Michelle to the wedding and not President Trump and First Lady Melania. In this warm up to the encounter, the prince jokingly warns the ex-president he'll get "the face" if he pauses too long between answers. Others argued that both should be invited.
"You're excited about this; I'm nervous about this", the prince said.