Obama's Interview With Prince Harry Looks Utterly Delightful

Next, when Harry takes over BBC Radio 4's Today program, Barack Obama is guesting for an interview with the prince-which Kensington Palace gave us a sneak preview of this morning.

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.

Mr Obama even asked Harry if he should put on a British accent for the radio slot.

Obama is warned that if he pauses for too long between answers, he'll see Prince Harry's stern face. "Because I am a slow speaker", Obama asks the prince before an interview that will be aired December 27. The Obama family stopped by the palace during an worldwide diplomatic mission, and the prince recently flew over to the states for a visit with the former First Lady.

"You're excited about this; I'm nervous about this", the prince said.

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

"No no, let's keep it this way", Harry says.

Reportedly recorded in Toronto during the Invictus Games, the interview features Mr Obama sharing his memories, post-presidential plans, and a joke or two with the young prince.

Last year Mr Obama and his wife, Michelle, posted a mock challenge to Prince Harry on Twitter before the 2016 Invictus Games, telling him to "bring it". We wish you a lifetime of joy and happiness together.