BBC gave its viewers a bit of laughter during a serious interview.
BBC interviewed professor Robert Kelly on Friday while discussing the removal of South Korea's president. But along with insight into the removal of South Korea president Park Geun-hye and deadly protests, BBC viewers were treated to a spontaneous appearance from Kelly's children.
A young child enters the background complete with sunglasses and dancing moves, while a baby in a walker later enters the picture.
Kelly, for his part, keeps offers a cool apology and keeps his focus while a frantic woman dashes into the background to get the children before ducking to shut the door.
See the goofy moment for yourself.
The moment brought levity to some in the broadcast community who also have taken their work home with them.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 10, 2017