Kelly family speaks out about BBC viral video

Kelly family speaks out about BBC viral video

But now, the newspaper said, the family was giving "their first interview since their children interrupted a live BBC segment on Korean affairs".

Kelly confessed they were "a little worried" that the unexpected interruption might jeopardize their relationship with the network.

His wife also told the Wall Street Journal about what happened.

Kelly said he and Kim were "mortified" at first but were not angry and didn't scold their children.

Jung-a also clarified that she is the mother - not the nanny - of the children, answering the argument in the social media, asking her role in the family.

Despite the comical interruption, Kelly was able to finish the interview. "I saw the video like everybody else and it's really amusing".

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"I will be surprised if they do...."

Robert Kelly, an expert on South Korea politics, usually locks his door when he gives live interviews. "It was chaos for me".

Had Kelly been wearing trousers? "And that's when Kelly's toddler son got into the act, bursting into the room in a rolling walker and making a beeline toward the camera". The Journal noted that the video had been viewed over 84 million times on the BBC Facebook page as of Tuesday morning.

She had been in the living room. watching her husband's appearance on TV and recording it. "Everybody we know seems to think it's pretty hysterical".

Robert confessed: "We were anxious that the BBC would never call us again actually". "We love our children very much, and we are happy that our family blooper - our family error on television - brought so much laughter to so many people". His little girl was in a "hippity-hoppity mood" after having her birthday party at school.

Many people who saw the video and commented on it thought Ms Kim was the family's nanny. While Professor Kelly found it an uncomfortable issues, Jung-a brushed it off saying, "People should just enjoy it, not argue over these things".