Film historian and professor of media and communication’s, Daniel Smith Rowsey, was being interviewed by Al Jazeera — when he was interrupted by his adorable kid.
Rowsey was discussing the sexual harassment issue in 2017 with the news channel and the kind of impact it has on the 2018 Golden Globe, when the professor’s adorable kid decided to crash in on his dad’s live interview.
The now viral video shows Rowsey’s child special appearance in the Skype interview.
“That’s my child, excuse me,” said Rowsey.
“Oh, he can come in, it’s not a problem Daniel. We’re quite happy to have youngsters on the program too,” exclaimed the host, encouraging Rowsey’s son to be a part of the discussion.
“OK. He wants to be part of this. Excuse me,” said Rowsey, appearing a little embarrassed.
But the child was delighted to share his father’s appearance on TV and he waved hi to the viewers.
Keeping up with both parenting and professionalism, Rowsey answered the questions, as his child laid his head on the father’s shoulder, prompting the film historian to make his son a part of the discussion.
Rowsey’s little child made sure he stayed in the picture all the way till the end of the interview.
Al Jazeera tweeted out a link to this beautiful exchange recalling how two kids had similarly crashed their dad’s interview on BBC.
We just had a BBC moment on live TV. pic.twitter.com/HJf3Rsguvk— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) January 8, 2018
And naturally people on Twitter fell in love with this latest adorable sensation.
That's adorable :)— ST (@shobz) January 8, 2018
Wow, very cute. This boy made my day ??????— Masemola (@chigando321) January 8, 2018
?? well handled— gbolahan (@ggojuolape) January 8, 2018
I love this ????super adorable.— M. (@stardustspirit) January 8, 2018
So much lovely moment when the cute child came on the screen— Kaif (@Kaif38749087) January 8, 2018
So precious!! ???— Very Stable Genius (@DeepStateAgent2) January 8, 2018
The Best Moment captured and Lively Interview. Thanks @AJEnglish and the Anchor for welcoming his child rather making the person embarrassed.— Ahmad A. (@humanphile_) January 8, 2018
there, parenting (and professionalism) done right!— LizB_UNAIDS ZM (@LizB_UNAIDS_ZM) January 8, 2018
Thumbnail/Banner Image: Reuters, Naseem Zeitoon