This BBC interview is proof that even your children can ruin your best moments

You know that moment when the world depends on you for vital information and while you’re making an attempt to pass it across via webcam on a live BBC telecast, your kids saunter into the room and ruin everything (well, almost everything)?

That’s exactly what happened with this political analyst at a South Korean university, Dr Robert E.Kelly who was¬†discussing the impeachment of South Korea’s President Park Geun-hye.

Just as he got deep into his analysis, his daughter sashays in without a bother in the world. She got daddy’s attention for a second until the second child glides in in her walker, then things got pretty awkward.

Daddy began to stutter on screen while the clearly amused interviewer looked on.

To cap the hilarity, a woman (his wife or the kids’ nanny?) runs in screaming in an attempt to get the kids out of their dad’s worldwide interview. Too little, too late!

We can seem to decide if it’s an OMG moment or an AWWWW moment, whatever it is, we love it and trust that it’s gone viral already.

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