Prince Harry interviewed Barack Obama as part of a guest appearance on BBC Radio 4 Today, which will air on December 27.
British Prince Harry took all the rest stops – along with a conversation with former US President Barack Obama.
The interview with the Invictus Games in an interview in Toronto in September will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on December 27.
On Sunday, the teaser ads, a couple of long-term brags were shown when they changed when Harry explained his presentation process.
“Do I need a British accent?” Obama stopped and fired with a smile on the prince.
Without any dissatisfaction, Harry answered “nothing” before warning his former master that he would have a “face” if there was a long gap between the answers.
When Harry pointed a fake face, Obama exclaimed before replying, “I do not want to see that face.
Kensington Palace said the debate focuses on “the shared interests of the couple on the building platform for the leaders of the younger generation.”
Obama also remembers his memoirs in his office and talks about Palestine in Obama’s presidential post.
Harry interviewed Barack Obama
Prince and former president have been friends for years. They were shown together during the Invictus game in Canada this year. Harry, Military Veterans, founded three years ago. Before the previous Toronto games took place in London and Orlando, Florida.
Last year, Obama and his wife, Michelle, Harry and their rivals in Britain, challenged themselves to “bring it” before the Orlando event. Harry called his grandmother, Queen, to answer his comic.
Since Obama left the Oval Office, he met Harry several times, as if he stopped at Kensington Palace in May while traveling through Europe. During the meeting, they discussed the common interests of veterans and empowered youth.
In addition to broadcasting on December 27, Kensington Palace also announced that the interview will also be published as a podcast.
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