A hilarious video of kids crashing their father’s BBC interview went viral last week.
So, what if "BBC Dad" Robert Kelly were a mum? A famous comedy show in New Zealand, Jono and Ben recently released a new parody of the viral video of the professor getting interrupted by his family during the on-air interview.
This guest managed to keep his composure when his children interrupted his live @BBCWorld TV interview pic.twitter.com/3x5tgsVR8R— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) March 10, 2017
In the parody, a mother played by Kate Wordsworth also answers political questions about South Korea - except she effortlessly keeps her cool while her family interrupts her during the interview.
Hilarious video of children crashing father's BBC interview goes viral
When her first child enters, she sits her on her lap and gives her a bottle of milk without missing a beat. When the second baby enters on a walker, she pulls out a toy rattle.
The interruptions keep coming and getting more ridiculous - a roast chicken in the oven, a toilet in need of cleaning, shirts that need steaming, and even an actual bomb - but it's all no big deal for a mum, who does the whole interview without breaking a sweat. And it's hilarious.
Watch it below and just wait until the ending:
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