Grandma says she was to blame for live BBC interview gatecrashed by professor's children

The mother of the professor whose children gate-crashed his live TV interview says she may have been to blame for the hilarious mishap. 

The clip of Robert Kelly, an expert in South Korean politics, being interviewed on BBC News has gone viral after his two young children – hotly pursued by his wife – wandered into the shot. 

Mr Kelly was being asked questions on the serious topic of the impeachment of South Korean president Park Geun-hye, when Marion, five, and James, nine months, burst into the room.

As the expert fought to keep his composure, Mr Kelly’s wife of six years, Jung-a

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