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Prince Harry meets former US president Barack Obama at Kensington Palace

Former United States President Barack Hussein Obama catches up with his ‘ old friend’ Prince Harry at Kensington Palace, London.

People were worried that former US President Barack Obama would be sad when posse member Justin Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister, decided to buddy up to the new French President, Emmanuel Macron. After all, these two were very close, and Trudeau seems to have moved on extremely quickly.

But it turns out that Mr. Obama has been keeping plenty busy with his other high-profile friends.

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Contemplate, the adventures of the Barack Hussein Obama and Prince Harry!

The two met up at Kensington Palace to discuss the recent terrorist attack in Manchester Arena. They also discussed about support for veterans, mental health, conservation, empowering youngsters.

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Even while discussing issues of such solemnity, they kept the vibe casual, with Obama’s tweet referring to Harry as a “friend.”

Indeed, this is not the first time we’ve seen them hang out together. They have met each other on a number of occasions. Some of you might remember Obama’s last visit to Kensington Palace, which featured a scene-stealing Prince George in a very adorable bathrobe.

Till now, we are not sure if Obama and the little prince were reunited this time around. But nonetheless, we are quite sure they had plenty to catch up on.

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Both of them have many shared interests: Sports, games, doing good in the world, significant others whose names start with “M.”

So what basically we’re trying to say is, we’d 10 out of 10 watch a Barack and Harry reality show. Networks, take note!!!

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