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After his adorable children interrupted his Skype interview with the BBC, Professor Robert E. Kelly has shared his thoughts on that viral video. In a scheduled interview with the network, Professor Kelly and his family said they have been getting a handle on their newfound internet fame and, like everyone else, appreciate the comedic value of the entire situation.
"Everybody we know seemed to think it was pretty hysterical," Professor Kelly told the BBC. "We understand why people find it enjoyable, with catching a regular family off-guard and stuff."
"We were worried actually, that the BBC would never call us again. That was our first response."
In a separate interview with the Wall Street Journal, the political science expert also addressed many of the questions the world had on the video, namely, how did his children get in in the first place? And most importantly, does his daughter always have that much swagger?
Jung-A Kim, aka Mrs Kelly (not the nanny), said it was the first time in her husband's six-year experience of doing TV interviews that he had forgotten to lock the door, hence allowing their daughter Marion and her little brother James to enter the room.
"Then I knew it was over," Professor Kelly said.
As for his daughter, he added, "She was in a hippity-hoppity mood that day because of the school party."