Sweet moment news host is interrupted by toddler son on live TV

Sweet moment news host is interrupted by toddler son on live TV

- NBC News host, Courtney Kube, burst into laughter when her son interrupted her on live television recently

- While speaking on the serious Turkey-Syria situation breaking out in the Middle East, her four-year-old son, Ryan, waltzed on set wanting mummy's attention

- Professor Robert Kelly, American political analyst on inter-Korean affairs, also had a similar thing happen a short while ago while he was holding an interview on BBC

Live TV can be tough enough, but when you have children waltzing into a professional moment, it changes everything.

NBC correspondent Courtney Kube couldn't help but chuckle when she was delivering news and her four-year-old son, Ryan got on set and demanded a little attention from his mom.

Kube, who was speaking on the serious Turkey-Syria situation breaking out in the Middle East, was rather shocked but still tried to act professionally.

She muttered "Excuse me, my kids are here, live television," before the screen turned to a map.

Everyone understands that parenting is a 24/7 job and kids never understand when daddy or mummy has to work - to them, life is a huge playground and fun they must have at every moment of the day.

So when little Ryan walked in smiling at mummy on live television, it made for an adorable moment rather than one that reflected unprofessionalism.

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Some time ago, the internet went bonkers when Professor Robert Kelly, American analyst on inter-Korean affairs, was being interviewed on BBC News and his two children stormed into the room to have a moment with daddy.

Worried that he would never be invited on by the BBC ever again, Kelly was left even more shocked when the clip went viral and he was interviewed again by the channel.

The special moment was viewed over 86 million times on YouTube.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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