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WATCH: Kids interrupt dad's live TV interview

kids interrupt live tv interview

Published at 1:16pm 10th March 2017.

Everyone one knows that children do the funniest things - and often at inappropriate moments.

Well that is exactly what happened during a live interview on the BBC.

The man is professionally delivering a live video link when a toddler comes bounding in.

She comes right up to the camera to have a look at what's going on and he tries to push her away.

But wait, it gets worse...

They are then joined by a baby in a bouncer who merrily bops into the room - followed by a woman who desperately tries to drag them out.

She crawls in and manages to get the kids out - who can then be heard crying loudly in the other room

You can watch the awkward moment below...

 

And Twitter, of course, absolutely loved it...

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