Unfortunate fact of life: Toddlers interrupt plans. It's what they do; it's what's practically expected of them. So we hope the father in this video isn't too surprised at what his daughter did to him on live TV. It just goes with the dad territory, right?
The dad in question is BBC correspondent Robert E. Kelly, who was offering input on the impeachment of the South Korean President--a rather serious topic--during a live news broadcast of BBC World from Busan.
Guess who's not in serious mode? His young toddler daughter, who comes strutting into the room with no regard for the very important interview taking place. Once dad realizes what's happening, he tries to nudge her away--but then in comes a second child, this time a baby in a bouncer seat. And as we all know, once there are two mischievous children on the move, close to follow is usually a harried adult--in this case, what appears to be the mom or nanny--following right behind. Our hearts go out to that poor woman!
Just watch the hilarious moment go down. It's TV history for sure.