Prince Harry just slayed the Obamas in an epic video message.

We must admit we’ve always had a soft spot for ye ole Prince Harry.

The younger brother of heir to the British throne, Prince William, Harry has often been labelled ‘the cheeky’ one but has lately been widely commended on his work with charities and likened to his late mother, Princess Diana.

Now he’s given us another reason to love him.

Harry just released a video promoting this year’s Invictus games, which will be held from the 8th-12th of May.

Harry with his grandmother, The Queen. Image via Youtube/The British Monarchy.

The 40-second clip opens with Harry speaking to his grandmother, The Queen about the upcoming Invictus Games.

Not to be confused with the fictional Hunger Games where it's a literal fight to the death, the Invictus games is an athletic event spearheaded by Harry for wounded war veterans.

It has been described as a 'Paralympic-style, multi-sport event' and will be held in Orlando, Florida. This will be the second time the games have been held, with the first games taking place in 2014 in the U.K.

Real talk: does Harry have snap chat? Image via Youtube/The British Monarchy.

During the chat with gran, Harry gets a call from F.L.O.T.U.S, yep, the Obamas., to which he idly says, "A message? Oh it's from Michelle [Obama]."

The First Lady of the United States, who is joined by her husband Barack Obama, proceeds to say,

"Hey Harry, remember when you told us to 'bring it' at the Invictus games?" to which Barack then says, "Careful what you wish for."

Michelle and Barack Obama. Image via Youtube/The British Monarchy.

The shot pans back to the Royals, and the Queen stifles a laugh and says, "Oh really? Please." Then Harry proceed to do the best mic drop of all time. Of. All. Time.

The video comes after Michelle teased Harry over Twitter insinuating a rival between the countries at the games.


Harry responded with a teaser later that day, saying he wasn't alone when he received their message.

Harry, we bow down.

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