Remember "BBC Dad" - the teacher who became an Internet sensation when his energetic children gatecrashed her live TV interview in 2017?
Kelly, his partner Jung- a Kim, child Marion as well as boy James went back to BBC News for an additional online meeting today as well as his youngsters determined to take the limelight once more with their adorable shenanigans (over).
On Thursday, Professor Kelly was joined by his wife Jung-a Kim - who memorably skidded into frame during the now-infamous 2017 clip - and their children for an interview with the BBC about isolating as a family.
His yoga teacher wife told the BBC: "It's very hard to stay in the house for a very long time so we go out for a very short time to the playground, try to stay far away from the people and a couple of times a week we hike the hills".
Flash onward to 2020's coronavirus pandemic, as well as several moms and dads possibly really feel a great deal like Kelly many thanks to an untidy combination of college closures, individuals functioning from residence as well as Zoom seminars.
It wasn't exactly more contained than their star-making viral moment on the BBC three years ago when Marion, followed behind by her baby brother hopping up and down in a mobile baby bouncer, charged into her dad's office.
'We try to go out and see the flowers and the trees and they can shout and scream'.
"I think the South Koreans have actually handled it really well", Kelly said.
'The South Koreans have responded really well and that's why the curve has flattened'. "It's part of the scene". "It is basically impossible for me to work now".
As the interview concluded the BBC news anchor told Professor Kelly he was glad that "Marion and James haven't lost any of their naughtiness".
As the coronavirus crisis forced officials around the world to close schools and order isolation, lockdowns and quarantines, Kelly recently called for employers to cut their workers some slack. "Be kind to your employees with kids".
Kelly and Kim's experiences echo those of millions of parents in the United States, who are in trouble to balance everything.
"This is what happens when I sit down at my desk now to try to work", Kelly said via Twitter, posting a photo of his pajama-clad son perched on his shoulders. "These reactions were positive and empathetic".
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