That "interrupted work from home dad" in BBC interview introduces us to his family

A dad working from home is talking about his viral BBC interview.

Prof Robert E Kelly returned to BBC News to talk about his unexpected viral fame last week, when his children crashed his live TV interview.  Kelly, an expert on South Korea, this time was joined by his wife, Jung-a Kim and children Marion and James, in a scheduled appearance.

Viewers were allowed to submit questions and for the most part it was light hearted.  “Were you not wearing pants during the interview?” was one of the most popular questions.  The family was upset that many viewers thought his wife was the children’s nanny not their mother.   So now we know!

Source: BBC

Here's the original hilarious video in case  you missed it . . .