He did not, but the prince warned Obama that he would get "the face" if he paused too long between answers.
Everyone's favourite red-haired prince is slated to interview Obama for approximately 40 minutes, with the discussion expected to be edited down to 20 minutes for release at a later date on television and as a podcast.
Near the end of the clip, Harry admits to feeling a few pre-show jitters, telling Mr Obama: "You're excited about this". "I'd much prefer that".
Kensington Palace said the conversation, which airs December 27, focuses on the pair's "shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders".
Kensington Palace released a preview on Sunday of what appeared to be a sound check. At that point, he shows off an awfully stern look at which the former commander-in-chief laughs, "I don't want to see that face!"
Fort Snelling wreath-laying ceremony honors veterans
Volunteers hope to cover more than 5,000 graves with a holiday wreath at the Wilmington National Cemetery on Saturday at noon. The Wreaths Across America caravan traveled earlier this month from Columbia Falls, Maine, where the wreaths were made.