MSNBC news reporter interrupted by her child while presenting live on air

MSNBC news reporter interrupted by her child while presenting live on air

Ever the professional, Kube kept going with her report, losing her train of thought for a moment but only pausing to say, "Excuse me, my kids are here".

In the grand tradition of Robert E. Kelly a.k.a. BBC dad's instantly famous family, another child - appropriately dubbed MSNBC kid - has disrupted the news to light up the internet. She was discussing Turkey's escalating military operations in Syria when her son walked up to her and asked for her attention, said reports.

During her live reporting on Syria, NBC correspondent Courtney Kube faced an unexpected interruption - and that is now being termed as "sweet" by netiznes.

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"I think it's fantastic that she's allowed to have her kids around while working".

She quickly gets right back to the story as the screen cuts away to a map of Syria, presumably giving producers enough time to remove the young intruder. Her video, shared by MSNBC on Twitter, has garnered over 2.3 million views. While she was talking, her four-year-old son popped into the frame. Many praised working moms and lauded Kube for her calm handling of the situation.

Ms Kube later told Today that she was happy Ryan didn't start crying.

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