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Robert Kelly with his with and two children, son and daughter, who famously interrupted his interview live on BBC News.
Prof Robert E Kelly has returned to BBC News to talk about his unexpected viral fame last week, when his children crashed his live TV interview to the amusement of millions of people who later watched the clip.
Prof Kelly, an expert on South Korea, was joined in the follow-up video with his wife, Jung-a Kim and children Marion and James.
He confirmed to the BBC's James Menendez that he was, despite online speculation, wearing trousers during the interview.
Watch the video of two children, son and daughter, interrupting their fathers interview live on BBC News before being caught in the act by their mother. Interview gatecrashed!
There was an unexpected distraction for Professor Robert Kelly when he was being interviewed live on BBC News about South Korea his children burst into the room.
He managed to keep his composure and complete the interview successfully after his kids were taken out by their mum.
Children Interrupt BBC News Interview Live
Prof Robert E Kelly keeps his cool during an interview about South Korean politics when his two children interrupt him, live on air, on BBC World News. Kelly’s daughter first lets herself into his office and is shortly followed by a baby in a rambler. He smiles and apologises for the interruption while his wife rushes into the room to take the children out
During an interview with a guest on webcam, a child hilariously comes in and interrupts the interview, as well as a baby and a woman quickly tries to usher them away.
Daddy’s working! Brilliant moment a BBC expert’s live interview is gatecrashed by his curious children and a VERY stressed woman
Live television always leaves room for hilarious gaffes - which is exactly what happened when a debate on South Korea was interrupted by the interviewee's children.
The hilarious footage shows expert Robert Kelly being interviewed, handling serious questions on the county's president, Park Geun-hye, being ousted from power.
But suddenly, a toddler bursts into the room in a bright yellow top and performs a comical dance behind him.
His focus remains entirely on the camera as he attempts to blindly hand off his child, who is clearly curious as to who Mr Kelly is talking with.
And his parental problems soon double as a baby also excitedly makes his way into the room in a stroller.
To complete the farce, a female figure - either their mother of a nanny - comes skidding through the threshold.
She grabs the two youngsters and attempts to drag them out of the door, but one of them can be heard wailing and the baby's stroller suddenly won't fit back through the door.
Eventually, she manages to get them both out, and the interview continues.
The hilarious footage was tweeted by BBC producer Julia MacFarlane