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Oddly Adorable! Kids Video-Bombed Their Fathers’ Live Interview with BBC

by | June 18, 2019

Well, photobombing still has got some chances to edit out parts, if at all it needs to be. But what about a video-bombing? Let alone casual one, what if kids video-bombed a man’s suited-booted, serious live interview, that too with the BBC? It actually happened, and whereas we can sympathize with the father, at the same time we also can’t help but feel how adorable it was! Keep reading to find out.

Oddly Adorable! Kids Video-Bombed Their Fathers’ Live Interview with BBC
Credit: Screenshot of @BBCWorld/ Twitter

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Oddly Adorable! Kids Video-Bombed Their Fathers’ Live Interview with BBC

Professor Robert Kelly was live with the BBC in an interview. He was discussing South Korea’s political crisis. And while Professor was just getting into the concerned geopolitics, the first heist of the babies happen. A little girl in a yellow dress, probably a lollipop in grip, sauntered all the way from the office door and stationed herself near his father’s interview desk.

Credit: Screenshot of @BBCWorld/ Twitter
The second baby swiftly coming in: Oddly Adorable! Kids Video-Bombed Their Fathers’ Live Interview with BBC

In the video, viewers could see the professor trying to signal the little girl away, only to the viewer’s surprise another videobombing happened in the few upcoming seconds. In the meantime, BBC presenter James Menendez, encountering the baby-raids happening on the other side said “I think one of your children has just walked in,” the BBC reported.

The second time, it was even a smaller baby, describing whom the BBC entitled her as ‘commendably independent,’ and believe me after you watch the video below, you’ll feel the same.

Oddly Adorable! Kids Video-Bombed Their Fathers’ Live Interview with BBC

The little girl, swaying on a baby-walker, swiftly made way into the room, apparently keen to see what’s happening. And following the kids, their mother, who could be seen rocketing inside, grabbed the two kids out of the room, finally. Professor Robert Kelly, with extraordinary composure, maintained the same throughout and reportedly finished the interview on “ousting of South Korea’s President Park Geun-Hye,” according to BBC.

Hashtag That Kid’s Got Speed!

The video with the interruption part was posted on BBC official twitter handle captioned “This guest managed to keep his composure when his children interrupted his live @BBCWorld TV interview.” And it shows some 3.2M views as of now. The video was as many as 18 thousand times retweeted in the first couple of hours, according to the BBC. Comments flooded the post with some telling “love the way the baby cruised in! #ThatKid’sGotSpeed!” wrote one user.

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The other stated “real world problems! Nice to see something authentic on tv! We have all been there.”

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One user even wrote, “saw this live …well those kids made the news interesting (followed by laughing with tears emoji).”

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While we don’t encourage to allow kids amidst working sessions, especially like in which Professor Kelly was (or any other), the video was simple enough to uplift the mood of a person. What do you think? Let me know your thoughts in comments.

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Debayan Paul

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