Earlier this week, political science professor Robert E. Kelly was on BBC to discuss South Korean politics. But the interview didn’t go as planned.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably seen the kids crashing their dad’s (now viral) BBC interview.
In the middle of the Very Serious™ interview, Kelly’s daughter Marion comes dancing into the room, followed by her 9-month-old brother James, who showed up in a baby walker.
It’s ridiculously, insanely cute.
But the cuteness didn’t stop there.
Kelly and his family held a press conference in South Korea, where Kelly said he was “happy our family blooper – our family error on television – brought so much laughter to so many people.”
At the press conference, Kelly’s 4-year-old daughter stole the show yet again.
Twitter just couldn’t handle it. And we can’t blame them.
Marion is destined for success.
People think the toddler is ready for some starring roles.
And of course we have to give Marion credit for her impeccable style.
Going viral can be tiring, and Marion definitely deserves a nap.
What an inspiring young woman.