A humorous video of 2 young playful children gatecrashing their father’s serious interview went viral last week.

Professor Robert Kelly was doing a live TV cross with BBC when little Marion and James interrupted the session. Moments later, a “ninja mum” barged into the room and yanked them out of sight.

BBC Interview 
Source: Stomp

The viral video has since resulted in scores of witty memes but many are still wondering what prompted the pair to burst into the room one after the other. The professor’s mum, Ellen Kelly, told Daily Mail that she may have been the incidental cause.


Ellen explained that her grandchildren might have assumed that they were having a Skype session with their grandparents. “Robert usually Skypes with us from his home office, which is where he did the interview. The kids probably heard voices coming from the computer and assumed it was us,” she said. “It was just hilarious.”

Re-watch the hilarious clip here:

Even if you had no idea what Robert Kelly was talking about, you probably think that his kids and wife, Jung-a Kim, are the greatest right? Lol 😉

Source: Daily Mail.

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