18 December, 2017
The two exchanged quips during the interview and when Harry admitted that he was nervous, Obama then offered to be the interviewer instead.
A video clip showing friendly banter between Prince Harry and President Obama is getting a lot of online love and attention.
Barack Obama was just interviewed by Prince Harry on BBC Radio 4's Today, and the pair - who are fast friends with a likable history together - fell right into their comfortable chat well before the interview even started.
And Harry told him: "You're excited about this - I'm nervous". The royal will take up the role on 27 December, with the programme set to feature an interview between Harry and former United States president Barack Obama.
"Do I need a British accent?" "I'd much prefer that", Prince Harry said before chuckling.
Without missing a beat, Harry responds "not at all" before warning the former commander-in-chief that he'll get "the face" if there are any long pauses between answers.More news: The national team of Russian Federation was suspended from the Olympic games
Kensington Palace said the conversation, which airs December 27, focuses on the pair's "shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders".
"Oh, ok. I don't want to see that face", says Mr Obama.
The Prince and the ex-President appear to have developed a friendship beginning when Mr Obama was in office.
Also, ideally another video drops with Harry giving Obama "The Face" for real.