Prince Harry and Barack Obama recently had some fun together.

On Sunday, Kensington Palace shared a clip of Meghan Markle's fiancé, 33, chatting with the former U.S. president. In the video, Prince Harry is seated at a table with Obama, 56. "Here is a sneak preview of when @barackobama met Prince Harry for the interview. Listen to the full interview on 27th December on @bbcnews Radio 4 Today programme," the palace wrote in the caption on Instagram.

In the video, the former POTUS asks Prince Harry if he needs to speak faster, before stressing that he is a slow speaker. Markle's beau then replies, "No, not at all."

"Do I need a British accent?" Obama jokes.

The two gentlemen continued to joke around when Prince Harry threatens Obama that he will get "the face" if he starts using long pauses. The retired politician then asks Prince Harry to show him the face he is talking about. Prince Harry obliges by giving him a serious look, which prompts Michelle Obama's husband to say, "I don't want to see that face."

The entire 40-minute interview will be released in full on Dec. 27.

Prince Harry and Obama are good friends. In fact, in September, the two were spotted watching a wheelchair basketball game together during the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto. They were photographed chatting and grinning during the match.

Obama shared a snap of the event on Twitter. "Proud to cheer on Team USA at the Invictus Games today with my friend Joe. You represent the best of our country," he wrote in the caption.

In related news, the palace previously announced the official date of Prince Harry's wedding with Markle, which unfortunately clashes with Prince William's FA Cup finals.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry may invite several big artists to perform at the reception of his wedding. Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Bruce Springsteen and Rod Stewart may be among the performers who will be invited to sing at the wedding reception.

On the other hand, Sam Smith has already expressed his interest in performing at the event. "I'm obsessed. I want to sing at the wedding," Smith told The Sun. "Oh my God I'd love to, it would be a dream."