Hilarious moment BBC expert is interrupted on air by his children

Children gatecrashed a serious BBC interview with brilliant consequences

Professor Kelly, 44, was being interviewed on the news after South Korea's president, Park Geun-hye, was ousted from power.

The entire incident lasted a little more than a minute and Robert E Kelley apologized and finished the interview, but the video soon went viral and raked in 15 million views on BBC One's Facebook page.

Despite the interruption, Kelly just managed to keep his composure and completed the interview successfully, the BBC caption noted.

Political science professor Robert E. Kelly faced one of the many fears TV guests face on a daily basis - and he came out it pretty gracefully.

Just as Kelly was about to weigh in, his office door popped open and his grinning preschool daughter wandered in, chewing on something and looking for excitement.

She grabs the children, knocks over a selection of no-doubt-very-intellectual-books and slams the door behind her.

The woman, whom we're told is Kelly's wife, herds the children out of the office.

No need to be sorry, Professor Kelly, parents everywhere can feel your pain. "'It was just hilarious". "The kids probably heard voices coming from the computer and assumed it was us", explained Ellen to MailOnline.

Ellen Kelly said the woman in the video is her daughter-in-law, Jung-a Kim, and that the curious children are 4-year-old Marion and 9-month-old James.

If you scrolled through any social media or even switched on the telly yesterday, it's nearly guaranteed that you came across this hilarious video.

"Scandals happen all the time, the question is, how do democracies respond to those scandals?" he says as his daughter walks into the room, dancing. His on-air appearances have included the BBC, Al Jazeera, Sky News, ITN News, CCTV, ABC News Australia, Channel NewsAsia and CNBC.



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