In a 48-second preview of an interview between the Prince of Wales and former President Barack Obama - released on Twitter by the verified account of Kensington Palace - the two figures exchanged playful banter in preparation for the official recording.
Today tweeted a video clip showing Harry and Mr Obama warming up ahead of the chat, with the former president joking: "Do I need a British accent?"
Kensington Palace on Sunday (Monday NZ Time) said the interview was recorded in Toronto in September during the Invictus Games, a sports event for injured military personnel that Harry championed.More news: What's in Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC) After Decline in Shorted Shares?
Harry also warned him that if he took too long to answer questions then he would give him "the face".
Obama, wearing a trademark USA flag lapel badge, replied: "I'll interview you if you want".
Harry said: "You're excited about this".
Mr Obama replies: "I'll interview you if you want".More news: Saudi Arabia: Women can drive motorbikes and trucks, not just cars
"What happened to my mother put me a step back", Harry said.
Prince Harry has conducted an interview with President Obama.
At this year's Invictus Games, Obama reportedly quizzed Harry on his relationship with Meghan Markle as they watched wheelchair basketball.
After the announcement of his marriage to American actor Meghan Markle, Prince Harry continues to demonstrate that his ties to American celebrities are only beginning to expand. We wish you a lifetime of joy and happiness together.More news: Two actresses held in Hyderabad on charges of prostitution