Next, when Harry takes over BBC Radio 4'sToday program, Barack Obama is guesting for an interview with the prince-which Kensington Palace gave us a sneak preview of this morning. Harry enlisted his grandmother, the Queen, for his comical response. Obama asked. "Because I'm a slow speaker". They had their beverages within arm's reach and tested their mics.
"If you start using long pauses between answers, you're probably going to get "the face", replies Harry with a disapproving look.
Those who admire and miss President Obama have shared great excitement and enthusiasm over the upcoming interview.
It's reported Mr Obama even teased Harry about his romance with Meghan Markle earlier this year at the Invictus Games. It will be broadcast on December 27. Others argued that both should be invited.
Prince Harry later confessed: "You're excited about this and I'm nervous about it, that's what's quite amusing", to which Mr Obama replied: "I will interview you if you want".
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