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You can already hear Alex Zane as he introduces this clip for a New Year's Eve special of 'BBC guests do the most hilarious rude things'.
The now-famous family first took over your news feed when, during a remote video interview for BBC news, the children of professor Robert Kelly burst into the room.
It quickly went viral, especially after some people made the assumption that the woman in the background was a paid child carer - she was his wife.
Kelly held a press conference, as though he were an accountable politician addressing scandal rumours, and not a pundit, to clear up the details of what happened.
During the appearance, Kelly and his family enchanted the world once again.
Finally, a leader we can all get behind https://t.co/BwPoj8REPF — Trevor Phillips (not that one)(or that one) (@Trevor Phillips (not that one)(or that one))
when you’re a tough, no-nonsense detective who’s had it with those pen-pushers at city hall https://t.co/ihjr6AfgnV — Tom Phillips (@Tom Phillips)
All I want in life is for BBC Interview girl and Library of Congress girl to team up and solve mysteries https://t.co/yQ9zOFeRv7 — Karen McGrane (@Karen McGrane)
And again when the BBC held a follow up interview.
Professor Robert Kelly, his nine-month-old son James, and his wife Jung-a Kim
Professor Robert Kelly with his nine-month-old son James
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