Viral Video's Professor Kelly Explains his Kids Crashing BBC Interview

Posted by James, 15 Mar

I am sure most of us saw the hilarious and adorable viral video of Professor Robert E. Kelly being interrupted by his 2 cute kids while conducting a remote live interview with BBC News. Kelly now describes this get-crashing of his interview by his kids as a "comedy of errors."

So what really happened?

Simple. The prof forgot to lock the door to his office while preparing for the Skype interview. The preparations included, downing a soda and fixing his tie.

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In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, his wife, Kim, said: "He usually locks the door. Most of the time, they come back to me after they find the locked door. But they didn't. And then I saw the door was open. It was chaos for me."

Their daughter Marion was in that hippity-hoppity mood since she had celebrated her fourth birthday in school earlier. Kim was with the kids in the living room watching the interview and apparently, Marion kept jumping up and down as she watched her father on T.V. Little did Kim notice her sneak off to see her father.

"As soon as she opened the door, I saw her image on my screen," Kelly told the WSJ. And then their son, James in the walker, followed closely. She also added that Kelly was to blame entirely.

Here they are in an interview they were all meant to be in LOL!

The video of Marion and James interrupting Kelly went viral on Friday with a viewership of over hundreds of millions of times all over the world. On the matter of people mistaking Kim for the nanny, Kelly admits it made them "pretty uncomfortable"

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