- Prince Harry’s interview with Barack Obama was played on Today programme
- The 33-year-old asked the former President who he preferred, William and Harry
- Obama quickly replied: ‘William, right now’ while he was grilled by the prince
Former US President Barack Obama said he prefers Prince William over his brother while he was getting grilled by Prince Harry on Radio 4’s Today programme.
Prince Harry, 33, guest edited the popular BBC programme today and his interview with Obama was played just after 8.30am.
At the end of the 40-minute chat, the fifth in line to the throne fired questions at the 56-year-old and asked him who he preferred, ‘William or Harry’.
He instantly replied: ‘William, right now.’
Prince Harry interviewed Barack Obama (pictured) and the clip was played on Radio 4’s Today programme this morning
Harry also asked him which popular US television show he preferred out of legal drama Suits – the programme which his fiancee Meghan Markle made her name – or the Good Wife.
And to his delight he answered: ‘Suits, obviously’ with Harry replying: ‘Great, great, great answer.’
Prince Harry (pictured with Obama during the Invictus Games in September) asked him if he preferred the Good Wife or Suits