A hilarious parody of a woman interrupted during a BBC interview is circulating after this video went viral last week.

Dr. Robert E. Kelly, an expert on South Korea, spoke about the South Korean president’s impeachment during a recent interview for BBC. But soon, the serious interview was interrupted unexpectedly by his two children. The interview began with a world map, bookshelves, and a single door, in the background but soon turned a bit unusual when a yellow-shirted little girl walked in confidently through the door wanting to join in the fun! She was soon followed by a little baby in a walker, and the focus of the interview completely shifted to these kids and what they were going to do next!

During the chaotic interview, Dr. Kelly’s wife swept in and saved the day. Maybe not quick enough to be undetected, but she did her best — as all mamas do.

This interview went viral for two adorable reasons and a relatableΒ mama who worked hard to save her husband’s “big moment.” The mom had been recording the interview a few rooms over while watching it LIVE on the TV in her living room. She was shocked to see her kids on the screen, just as Dr. Kelly was trying to ignore/avoid the situation altogether.

What came as a result of this unexpected interview was a lot of laughter and this hilarious parody…

How relatable! From one working mom to another, this portrayal is 100% accurate! We are superhuman multitaskers am I right? Getting our work done, cleaning, cooking, taking care of our kids and our spouse, the list goes on. We.do.it.all.

It’s not our kids’ fault that we choose to continue our careers, so we have learned the art of balance work and motherhood as well as including our children in our day-to-day (neverending) responsibilities.

So next time you feel like the only mama in the world who has the weight of everyone’s needs on your shoulders, watch the video above for a good laugh and a big “ME TOO!”

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Amanda Foust
Amanda is a wife, mother, writer/editor, and certified life coach. Pen and paper make her spirit come alive. She spends her creative time reading, decorating, and handwriting fonts. Her world is better with an assortment of chocolate and a stack of books packed and ready for travel. She works each day to be a creative maker and a light bringer. You can find more of her writing at Downs, Ups & Teacups and TheDailyPositive.com.