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.
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.
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:
Have something to add in the story? Share it in the comments below.
Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.
For more information, please see our Comments FAQ