We're still laffing tbh
Here at heat, viral videos are one of our fave things in the entire world. We probably love them more than we love Justin Bieber ordering some fish and a glass of milk in a pub in Essex. And that's saying something.
From cute dogs at crufts to Olympic peen, our days are often made a lil bit brighter by hilarious blunders that are captured forever on video.
So when a reeeeeally serious BBC News interview was interrupted by two tiny LEDGENDS, we honestly couldn't contain our excitement.
BBC correspondant Robert E Kelly was being quizzed on the topic of the impeachment of the South Korean president, only to be interrupted by his two kids, who literally didn't give two shits, and they wreaked absolute havoc.
The video then catapulted into a huge debate about parenting, people were asking about whether the lady in the video was a nanny and many were pretty pissed that Robert just blatently ignored his kids.
So luckily for us, Robert and his hilarious kids have spoken out about the shenanigans.
Robert told the Wall Street Journal that four-year-old Marion had been eating cake at nursery and was suffering from a major sugar high. We've all been there.
"It’s a comedy of errors," he said.
"She was in a hippity-hoppity mood that day because of the school party."
And as she opened the door to the room, her little brother James followed her in her stoller. His wife, Kim Jung-A was watching from the living room when she realised her kids were on TV.
"Then I knew it was over," Robert continued.
"As soon as she opened the door I noticed her image on my screen", she said.
"He usually locks the door.
"Most of the time they come back to me after they find the locked door. But they didn’t."
Robert then hilarious ended the interview by stating, "This is my life, man".
"I mean it was terribly cute", he added.
"I saw the video like everybody else. My wife did a great job cleaning up a really unanticipated situation as best she possibly could."
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