Former President Obama yukked it up with Britain’s Prince Harry during an interview the royal filmed as part of a TV series, according to the first aired clip Sunday.
The radio interview, scheduled to air later this month on the BCC, was recorded at September’s Invictus Games in Toronto.
“Do I need a British accent?” Obama joked during the short sneak-peek, interrupting the prince’s description of his editorial process.
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“Not at all,” Harry responded before cheekily reminding the former commander-in-chief that his habit of taking long pauses before answering questions won’t be tolerated and could result in him getting “the face.”
The prince mimicked a stern-looking scowl, prompting Obama to respond, “I don’t want to see that face!”
The conversation will focus on the duo’s “shared interest in building platforms for the next generation,” Kensington Palace said. It’s due to air Dec. 27 on BBC Radio 4”s “Today” program as part of a series featuring Prince Harry.