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Professor's toddlers crash BBC interview in video gone viral

Robert Kelly was being interviewed live via Skype on BBC News about South Korea when his two oblivious offspring barged in.

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If you've ever had to do a media or job interview from home and feared your kids might interrupt, you'll probably get a laugh out of this clip of Professor Robert Kelly being interviewed via Skype Friday on the BBC following South Korea President Park Geun-hye's impeachment.

First, one toddler opens the closed door to what presumably is his home office, then a younger child in a walker wheels into the room.

Some people online are suggesting that Kelly should have picked the first child up and put her on his lap instead trying to shoo her away, but he did manage to maintain his composure and finish the interview.