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Watch Prince Harry and Barack Obama share some laughs in preview of interview

The two larger-than-life figures recorded an interview that will be released later this month.
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Forget "When Harry Met Sally." Now, it's all about when (Prince) Harry met (former President) Barack Obama.

An interview between the two larger-than-life figures, who have previously spent time together at sporting events and during official visits, will be released later this month. On Sunday, Kensington Palace dropped a preview on Twitter ... and gosh darn it, they're just adorable together.

“Do I have to speak faster? Because I’m a slow speaker,” Obama asked the prince, setting a playful tone for the interview. “Do I need a British accent?”

Harry gave some sass right back to the former president. "If you start using long pauses between your answers, you’re going to get ‘the face,’” he warned, pulling a pout that only a prince could get away with.

“Oh, okay, I don’t want to see that face,” Obama replied.

The full 40-minute interview, which was recorded at the Invictus Games in Toronto last September, will air December 27 on England's BBC Radio 4 Today. No worries if you're not local — you'll be able to stream it all over the world.

Day 7: Invictus Games Toronto 2017
Barack Obama and Prince Harry took in a basketball game with Joe and Jill Biden at the Invictus Games.Karwai Tang / WireImage

"The interview focuses on their shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders," the Kensington Palace account revealed via Twitter. "The conversation with @BarackObama includes his memories of the day he left office and his hopes for his post-presidential life, including his plans to focus on cultivating the next generation of leadership through the @ObamaFoundation."

Come for the banter, stay for the vision of these two dynamic leaders? Count us in!

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