Awesome Kids Bomb In On A Very Serious BBC Interview

International relations expert Robert Kelly hit by chaotic child invasion during live BBC interview

But while breaking down the specifics of South Korea President Park Geun-hye's impeachment on BBC's BBC World, his expertise was overshadowed by two unexpected party crashers.

Ellen wasn't sure if her son was aware of his newfound Internet fame as South Korea is 14 hours ahead of the U.S.

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.

Alerted to the interloper's presence, the good professor calmly tries to discreetly (well, kinda discreetly) push the child out of view.

The episode reaches a crescendo when a frenzied nanny bursts in, in a cartoon-like blur, and corrals the children out of the room.

A few seconds later, a woman rushed into the room and collected them while Kelly carried on with the interview. "I think one of your children's just walked in".

The mother of the professor whose children gate-crashed his live TV interview says she may have been to blame for the hilarious mishap.

Broadcaster James Mernendez wrapped up the interview saying, "there's a first time for everything".

She then makes a hasty exit, ushering the two children hurriedly out and stooping down to close the door behind her.

Menendez, who was conducting the interview, tweeted that it was hard to keep a straight face, and that it was Jung-a-Kim's last-minute reach for the door to shut it that almost made him laugh out loud.

And today, one professor just trying to do a news interview from home this morning feels that statement more than ever.