Professor Robert E. Kelly, was giving a live interview from his home on BBC News. He was discussing the possible shifting relations between North Korea and South Korea based on the new political climate.
In the middle of the interview, he received an unexpected visit from some family members!
His toddler opened the door and strutted in going straight for the camera. Professor Kelly tried to regain his composure through the interview, only to have his other child roll in on their walker.
Professor Kelly did not miss a beat and kept answering the interviewer’s questions, when the caretaker ran in and collected the children. You can see her attempting to be stealthy in the video, crawling back to the door, trying to be stealthy and close the door behind them.
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