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World

Web Desk
December 18, 2017

Britain’s Prince Harry interviews ex US President Barack Obama

World

Web Desk
Mon, Dec 18, 2017

Everything was set for the interview between the two great names of the contemporary world, when one of them pumped up the tone some more by asking the other if he needed a British accent or if he need to speak faster?

The person asking the questions was ex president US Barack Obama, while the interviewer was none other than Prince Harry.

Prince Harry recently interviewed Barack Obama for 40 minutes at the Invictus Games in Toronto. Kensington Palace tweeted that the interview will be aired on BBC Radio 4 and everybody in the world would be able to stream in online.

The interview revolves around Prince Harry and Barack Obama’s shared interest in creating platforms for future leaders.

According to Kensington Palace’s report, the interview focuses on President Obama’s memories of the time he left office and what he is currently aiming for in his post-presidential life.

He and wife Michelle Obama are planning to grow the next legacy of leaders through their investments and efforts at Obama Foundation.

Prince Harry and Obama have known to be each other’s supporter on various initiatives. This fall, President Obama caught up with Prince Harry at the Toronto Invictus Games.

The Obamas had visited the U.K for a state visit in 2011 which Prince William, Princess Kate and Harry reciprocated by inviting the president and first lady to Kensington Palace in April 2016.