When Harry met Barack

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When Harry met Barack

It was the prince, and the president. Last month, the BBC aired a very special interview of Barack Obama, conducted by Prince Harry for the Today programme. The prince asked Obama about...

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When Harry met Barack

It was the prince, and the president. Last month, the BBC aired a very special interview of Barack Obama, conducted by Prince Harry for the Today programme. The prince asked Obama about his memories of the day he left office, his post-presidential life, his work with the Obama Foundation, the role of social media and his hopes for the future. But the interview wasn’t all about politics. Prince Harry couldn’t resist buttoning it up at the end of the conversation with a rapid-fire series of questions like ‘Chris Rock’ or ‘The Rock’ ? Boxers or briefs? LeBron James or Michael Jordan? The interview was recorded in Toronto in September during the Invictus Games, a sports event for injured military personnel championed by Harry. So, will Barack Obama be invited to the Royal Wedding in May? Prince Harry has said he and Meghan Markle are yet to work out the guest list to the wedding.

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Publié le 4/01/2018

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