It seems to be a growing trend for kids to crash their parents interviews. Last year, Professor Robert Kelly's serious BBC interview about North Korea was videobombed when his two kids turned up in the background.
This year, Professor Daniel Smith-Rowsey was on the topic of the Golden Globes with Al Jazeera when his five-year-old son entered the room.
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Instead of being ushered out by another parent, the news host invited the kid to stick around, where he then proceeded to drive his toy car up his dad's body, and play peek-a-boo with the camera.
Parents - maybe next time you have a serious interview, it might be best to lock your door first.