4-Year-Old Daughter Of ‘BBC Dad’ Hailed As Future Ruler Of The World

The very serious interview turned hilarious as professor Robert E. Kelly’s 4-year-old daughter, Marion, and 8-month old son, James, barged into his office.

Remember the little girl who swaggered into her dad’s study while he was live on air in an interview with BBC? It seems she’s now the internet’s darling.

4-year-old Marion Kelly’s video went viral when she appeared in the background of her father, professor Robert E. Kelly’s, very important Skype chat on the impeachment of South Korean President Park Geun-hye, followed soon by her 8-month old brother. The very serious interview turned hilarious as their mother Jung-a Kim flew through the open door and rescued the mortified father from the antics of the two children and within two seconds put order to chaos, like the supermom she is.

The little girl has now gone viral and her legions of fans around the world are hailing her as a fashion icon and the future overlord of the world.

Check out the video above.

Banner and thumbnail credit: Reuters, Neil Hall

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