Prince Harry asked Barack Obama if he prefers "Suits" or "The Good Wife"
As many Obama/royal fans will likely already know, Barack Obama sat down with Prince Harry for his first official interview since leaving office. No, this isn’t a beautiful dream. It’s real live, people!
The interview was conducted as part of BBC Radio 4’s current affairs show Today in which Prince Harry appeared as a guest editor, and the episode has also been turned into a downloadable podcast. The pair touched on such topics as the potential perils of social media, what it was like attending Trump’s inauguration, and how awesome Michelle is (not that we didn’t already know).
However, things got really when Prince Harry turned to the most hard-hitting questions of all, asking Obama if he preferred The Good Wife or Suits (Suits being the USA show that Prince Harry’s fiancée, Meghan Markle, starred in for seven seasons). Obama handled the question with his signature finesse.
Harry also also asked if Obama preferred LeBron James or Michael Jordan (Obama picked Jordan, as a “Chicago guy”), Aretha Franklin or Tina Turner (“Aretha is the best”) and boxers or briefs (“We don’t answer those questions”). And perhaps the best question of all?
Who’s better: William or Harry?
Um, someone give these two their own podcast, STAT. We’re not even kidding. They could talk about current events, sports, their favorite TV shows, and even have special guests like Meghan Markle and Michelle.
No? Okay, fine. We’ll settle for a movie.