The hilarious moment when a Professor doing a serious BBC interview gets upstaged by his children

Robert Kelly BBC interview interrupted by kids

Robert E Kelly is a Professor of Political Science and was doing a serious live interview with BBC News discussing the impeachment of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye. What happens next is something parents who work from home can totally relate to. First one child dances in, then the youngest one in a walker, followed by the panicked mum who suddenly realises what’s happened and swiftly tries to remove them. It’s a situation that many parents who work from home deal with every day, but thankfully for most of us when our children interrupt it’s not usually broadcast for the world to see.

“I think one of your children’s just walked in,” the BBC presenter tells Professor Kelly.

“Pardon me, my apologies,” says the Professor, trying to keep a straight face, as the kids were unceremoniously ushered out.

 

 

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