We. Can’t. Stop. Laughing!!!
Political science professor Robert E. Kelly was HIGHlariously interrupted during an appearance via Skype on BBC News — and the footage (above) has now gone viral!
The Korea analyst was speaking on the recent ousting of South Korean president Park Geun-hye when one of his kids toddled into the room, oblivious to the very serious goings-on inside the study.
The child proceeded to waltz right up to her father, at which point the BBC newsperson said, "I think one of your kids just walked into the room."
As if that wasn’t already funny enough, a baby in a walker rolled into the study next, followed by a harried mom who burst into the room to take the children away amid a lot of crying and books falling everywhere.
Every parent-journalist, ever, feels his pain RT This BBC interview went horribly wrong in an amazing way https://t.co/17ruEiF6vD
— David Rennie (@DSORennie) March 10, 2017
@Robert_E_Kelly on behalf of the people of Scotland to you & your fabulous children thank you for bringing some much needed joy to Friday ❤
— Gill Connelly (@GillConnelly) March 10, 2017
@Robert_E_Kelly @David_Waddell Having a great laugh in Canada this morning – on behalf of all working parents everywhere – been there!
— echoredux (@echoredux) March 10, 2017
@Robert_E_Kelly Robert, your family have just made my Friday! Way to go keeping your composure. Better than I could ever have hoped to!
— Scott V (@Scott_the_V) March 10, 2017
Korea expert @Robert_E_Kelly did a fantastic job when his interview was interrupted by his little ones. Bravo that man!
— Ben Rowe (@benmrowe) March 10, 2017
Props to the man for staying composed during all that chaos, and thanks to his family for providing us with a good laugh!
Make sure you watch the clip (above)!