Former President Barack Obama and Prince Harry made headlines this weekend after a promotional video for a soon-to-be-released interview between the two made rounds on Twitter. It's brief — only about a minute long — but also just long enough for the two to prove there's more to their relationship than just formal diplomacy. In fact, the good old-fashioned joke-making seemed to reflect the makings of a bona fide bromance. Even better, photos of Prince Harry and Obama taken over the years definitely serve to back this theory up.
In the interview clip that went viral, Prince Harry is preparing to interview Obama for BBC Radio 4. "Do I have to speak faster? Because I'm a slow speaker," Obama asks. When Harry says he doesn't need to, Obama responds, "Okay, do I need a British accent?" Again, Prince Harry says no, but adds that if he takes too long between answers, he might get "the face." He then raises his eyebrows and tips his chin down in an exaggeratedly serious manner.
Prince Harry then admits to Obama that he's a little on edge about the interview. "You're excited about this. I'm nervous about this — that's what's funny." In true dad fashion, Obama immediately offers to switch roles. "I'll interview you if you want," he says. Prince Harry declines and the two laugh.
The good cheer in the video clip isn't the first glimpse the public has had into the pair's amicable friendship, however. Over the years, the two have shared many bromantic moments. Here are a few highlights: