Prince Harry Interviewed Barack Obama For A Radio Show

England's Prince Harry is making a special effort for his forthcoming visitor editorial manager space - finish with a talk with previous US President Barack Obama. The meeting recorded at September's Invictus Games in Toronto will be communicated on BBC Radio 4 on December 27. In a mystery discharged Sunday, the combine's long-term manly relationship was on full show as they exchanged jokes while Harry clarified his publication procedure.

England’s Prince Harry is making a special effort for his forthcoming visitor editorial manager space – finish with a talk with previous US President Barack Obama. The meeting recorded at September’s Invictus Games in Toronto will be communicated on BBC Radio 4 on December 27. In a mystery discharged Sunday, the combine’s long-term manly relationship was on full show as they exchanged jokes while Harry clarified his publication procedure.

When They Started The Conversation

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When they were about to start the conversation, Barack asked Prince Harry that “Do I need a British Accent?” to which Harry replied, “not at all”.

Conditions That Harry Applied To The Conversation

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Harry Said to Barack ” If there are long pauses between answers he’ll get “the face”. And that’s when Harry mocked-stern face to which Obama grind ” I don’t want to see that face”.

Focus On The Conversation

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Kensington Palace said that the conversation was all about their “shared interest” of building platforms for the young generation of young leaders.

Obama Shared Some Memories

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As the conversation went further, Obama reminisced about his memories of leaving office and discussed his post-presidential work which he has done with Obama foundation.