Mother Of BBC News Guest Speaks Out On Why The Kids Burst Through The Door

Mother Of BBC News Guest Speaks Out On Why The Kids Burst Through The Door


You will probably have already seen this weeks viral sensation as a BBC correspondent’s kids burst in on his interview.



BBC correspondent Professor Robert E Kelly was taking part in a live broadcast from Busan about the impeachment of South Korean president.

His kids had different ideas however as they burst in during the interview as if they owned the place.

The toddler can be seen swinging their arms around as Robert calmly palms it out of the way while simultaneously pretending nothing is happing.



Then out of nowhere the baby walker strides in to add insult to injury. Robert is clearly really pissed off, but keeps talking as if nothing is going on.


Then his wife, Jung-a Kim can be seen rushing in to retrieve the kids and save her hubby from further embarrassment.

In an interview with the Daily Mail this morning, Roberts mother has explained what was probably going on. In the interview, Ellen Kelly said:

“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.

“It was just hilarious.”



She added that she was proud of her son, however she gave her own piece of advice: “Life happens. The lesson is to lock the door.”