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Prince Harry Left Red-Faced By Prince George At Dinner With The Obamas

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Prince Harry Left Red-Faced By Prince George At Dinner With The Obamas

Prince Harry is a top lad, there's no doubt about that. When he's not serving in the Armed Forces abroad or helping animal conservation efforts in Africa, he's partying with the world's top models and promoting the Invictus Games as far and wide as he can.

Love or loathe the royals, you can't help but like Prince Harry. And so it should come as no surprise that Michelle and Barack Obama, the fun loving First Lady and President of the United States, both love him too.

Talking to ABC News' Good Morning America, Michelle Obama said in a joint interview with the Prince: "I have to say the most precious thing, if you haven't already fallen in love with him [Prince Harry], is to see him with his nephew."

His nephew Prince George, who has seemingly stolen the hearts of the British public after THAT photo with Barack Obama, simply asked his uncle, "Uncle Harry, why are you so quiet?" during a dinner party at Kensington Palace.

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Prince Harry, realising he was in an extremely formal dinner situation, didn't particularly want to horse around with his nephew and was apparently left red-faced by his two-year-old nephew's question.

Michelle Obama continued: "He said 'uncle Harry, why are you so quiet? Why are you so quiet?'"

Harry then shook his head and said, "So embarrassing," to which Michelle Obama said: "And I was like 'you're not quiet'."

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Harry explained: "(I was on my) best behaviour, I'm normally throwing him around the room and stuff."

The interview was all a part of the promotion for the opening of the Invictus Games currently taking place in the US.

It is a cause close to Prince Harry's heart as the founder of the Games, an international paralympic multi-sport event for wounded and injured armed forces personnel and veterans to compete in.

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You may recall a few weeks ago the Obamas giving it the big one before the Invictus Games, leading to Prince Harry and the Queen herself dropping a BOOM. It was sick, you should check it out.

Apparently it got surprisingly competitive when they were concocting the idea. Harry said: "Mrs Obama came to us with the challenge and I didn't know what to do. She dragged her husband into it - (he) happened to be the president - slightly awkward."

The First Lady then claimed her husband 'turned the screw' and said: "He said if you can get your grandmother to do this, then you can drop the mic."

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The Queen certainly fucking did.

Words by George Pavlou

Featured images credits: Getty

Topics: Michelle Obama, The Queen, Barack Obama, Prince Harry

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