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According tomedia reports, children in Britain seem to know how to make their parents’ work lively on television. In an interview with BBC News on Wednesday, Dr Clare Wenham, an assistant professor of global health policy at the London School of Economics and Political Science, commented on the new crown virus blockade, but in the process her daughter Scarlett decided to “engage” in the process.

Now Playing: 'BBC Mom' After 'BBC Daddy'

In fact, Scarlett was trying to put a picture of a unicorn in a frame on a shelf, but she asked her mother for advice on the subject, so she suddenly appeared in front of the camera and climbed onto her desk.

Christian Fraser, the journalist in charge of the interview at the time, was a father himself, so he was taken aback by the sudden situation, and he even asked Scarlett for his name and had a brief exchange with her.

Social media seems to enjoy leisure time outside of serious news. Television critic Scott Bryan wrote on Twitter: “Absolute footage of the BBC News Channel. “

Now Playing: 'BBC Mom' After 'BBC Daddy'

Wenhan herself tweeted: “Working with Scarlett on interior design. I can do it. “

Now Playing: 'BBC Mom' After 'BBC Daddy'

In fact, Scarlett isn’t the first child to make a splash with the BBC. In 2017, Professor Robert Kelly was nicknamed “BBC Dad” for his two children in a Skype interview with the BBC. Now, Scarlett’s appearance reminds the family of that moment. Kelly herself even joined the online discussion. He responded to the conspiracy theories raised by netizens on the social media platform – “I’m surprised that so many people still think we faked the ‘BBC Dad’ incident.” We didn’t. “

Now Playing: 'BBC Mom' After 'BBC Daddy'