his morning on BBC News, viewers got some belly laughs along with their news report.
During a live interview about South Korea, Professor Robert Kelly was joined by some very uninvited co-commentators, proving once again that kids are the reason why we can't have nice things. Like jobs.
First, his daughter arrives and starts doing a little dance — you know, as one does during a serious interview about world politics.
You can almost see it on his face, the moment he realizes that he’s just unwittingly entered parenthood hell.
Kudos to him though, as the host confirms that, "I think one of your children just walked in" and he deftly executes the no-look facepalm, as only a parent can.
Meanwhile, things are getting even crazier behind him as Baby Number Two nonchalantly rolls in unattended in a walker.
Note Baby Number One leaning over casually, knocking all those books off the table.
I’ll bet you any about of money Professor Kelly wrote those books, and placed them there deliberately in the shot to underscore his professionalism and authority on the subject. Oops!
Anyone who’s ever attempted an unmuted conference call with kids in the house could have warned him how that was going to turn out.
Parents like to call this facial expression the "Lord Give Me Strength."
Finally, a woman who is way less nonchalant than either of the kids comes bursting into the room, Kramer-style.