Term-limits have forced President Obama out of office, but the 56 year-old is far from retired.
Last month, the ex-president announced the formation of the Obama Foundation with the below video, calling the new organization “a living, working start-up for citizenship — an ongoing project for us to shape, together, what it means to be a good citizen.”
Today, that start-up got a boost from across the pond with Kensington Palace’s announcement that Prince Harry would be speaking at the inaugural summit at the end of the month:
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) October 12, 2017
The president and the prince, who is fifth in line to the British Crown, seem to have formed a strong relationship this year, with Obama visiting Prince Harry in May and the pair enjoying the Invictus Games together in Toronto last month.
Prince Harry’s support of the Obama Foundation is a good reminder that the international community isn’t giving up on America — just the current White House.
— The Obama Foundation (@ObamaFoundation) September 13, 2017