Britain’s Prince Harry joked around with former President Barack Obama in an except of an interview released Sunday for BBC Radio 4.
"You're excited about this; I'm nervous about this," the redheaded prince told Obama.
Obama asked Prince Harry if he had to speak faster than he usually does and if he should speak in a British accent.
"Do I have to speak faster because I'm a slow speaker?" Obama asked. "Do I need a British accent?"
"If you start using long pauses between the answers, you're probably going to get 'the face,'" Harry joked, showing Obama a stern expression.
Here is a sneak preview of when @BarackObama met Prince Harry for the interview. Listen to the full interview on 27th December on @BBCr4today. pic.twitter.com/p5I1dUdyhx— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) December 17, 2017
Kensington Palace said the interview includes Obama’s memories of the day he left office as well as his goals for developing the next generation of leaders through the Obama Foundation.
The interview, which was recorded at September’s Invictus Games, will be broadcast on Dec. 27.