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Obama sits down with Prince Harry for radio show

17 Décembre 2017

As part of his guest editorship on BBC Radio 4's Today Show Prince Harry sat down and recorded an interview with Obama during September's Invictus Games.

The interview is part of Harry's guest editorship of the programme and features the former USA president sharing his memories of the day he left office and his hopes for his post-presidential life. He offered to use a British accent, if it would help - and Harry threatened to give him "the face".

Prince Harry has described how he felt in his new role: "You're excited about this".

Then, after the prince demonstrated what he meant, Obama said: 'I don't want to see that face'.

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Twiddling a pen, Harry tells Mr Obama: "You're excited about this, I'm nervous about this, that's what's quite amusing".

Kensington Palace says that the conversation will deal with Obama's memories of his time in office as well as his plans for post-presidential life.

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.

The palace said the full interview will be made available as a podcast.

Obama sits down with Prince Harry for radio show