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So how would a woman have dealt with the BBC interruption?

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Would the BBC interview have played out slightly different if the professor was a working mum?
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It’s the video that just keeps giving.

A week ago, political science professor Robert Kelly and his family became instant internet sensations when his children and wife hilariously interrupted his live cross on BBC World News.

The “BBC Dad” film clip led to endless follow-ups and parodies (including one featuring Darth Vader), and the Kellys even held their own media conference to discuss the incident.

But New Zealand’s Jono and Ben comedy show may have come up with the ultimate spoof, imagining how a working mum would have dealt with the situation.

She calmly lifts her daughter on to her lap, offers her a bottle of milk and continues her interview without missing a beat.

And she remains equally unflappable as a series of increasingly difficult problems present themselves.

Watch the video below:

 

 

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