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It’s a ‘Dear Diary’ moment.

It’s not every day you get featured in the news – but Professor Robert E Kelly didn’t realize his BBC interview would go viral.

It’s a ‘Dear Diary’ moment.

It’s not every day you get featured in the news – but Professor Robert E Kelly didn’t realize his BBC interview would go viral.

The political science professor was one of the program’s guests who was doing a video interview from his home. In what seems to be a normal routine about a simple Q & A suddenly became interesting.

Halfway through the video you can see a toddler suddenly burst through the room, followed by another baby on wheels, and finally the mother. Many admired Kelly for acting professional during the interruption and at the same endeared the cameos in the interview.

Little did he know that in just a couple of days, his interview would become viral. Since its posting, the video has been viewed more than 30 million times on Facebook.

Guess Robert has his children to thank him for that.

Check out the video below:

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