A video of a professor doing a live interview on BBC has gone viral after his TV appearance was interrupted by his children walking into the room.
Robert E. Kelly with the Department of Political Science at Pusan National University was in the middle of a live interview when one of his children walks into the room.
The child dances for a bit before noticing the computer screen.
Kelly then, unsuccessfully, tries to block his child from the frame.
“I think one of your children just walked in,” says the host, who then proceeds to ask Kelly a serious question.
Moments later his second child rolls into the room in a walker followed by a woman who’s frantically trying to get the children out of the room.
You can hear the children shouting before she kneels down to close the door.
Meanwhile, Kelly simply smiles and apologizes to the host.
The moment was captured and will now live online forever.
People on Twitter were quick to share their thoughts about the moment.
— Alfred (@alfredesquer1) March 10, 2017
— Mz Jacks (@enejacks) March 10, 2017
— Overlord (@Overlord316) March 10, 2017
— Marcello (@GayHalifax) March 10, 2017
@BBCWorld This is a welcome break from all the craziness. They obviously love daddy! Adorable!
— Elaine Allen (@msallen2u) March 10, 2017