It was one of the top TV moments of 2017 – but BBC Dad’s interrupted South Korean interview may have just been bettered.
Professor Robert Kelly’s interview with the BBC made national and international headlines last year after he was interrupted mid-speech by his adorable children.
In case you hadn’t seen it – or were living under a rock – Professor Kelly was speaking to BBC World about the political situation in South Korea.
All was going well but before anyone could react a toddler bursts into the room, followed by a baby in a bouncer.
The pair are swiftly followed by their horrified mum who frantically grabbed her children to drag them out of the room.
But now this frankly adorable and hilarious TV moment may have just been bettered – by another hilarious and adorable TV moment.
Al Jazeera were interviewing a film historian from Berkeley, California via Skype when his adorable son gatecrashes it.
The historian apologises for his child, only to be told that he can come in and join the interview.
‘We’re quite happy to have youngsters on the programme too,’ the interviewer says.
The dad replies: ‘He wants to be part of this, excuse me.’
During the short clip, the child can be seen driving a toy car along his father’s chest and also rests his head on his shoulder.
And while they’re saying their goodbyes, the youngster’s hand can be saving waving goodbye as he grasps his toy car.