Dr Clare Wenham might be an expert in Global Health Policy, but during a BBC News interview, her daughter needed her expert opinion on a more urgent matter: where to hang her unicorn drawing.
The BBC's Christian Fraser, who was midway through interviewing Dr Wenham, provided his two cents, telling little Scarlett where he thought her "lovely unicorn" would look best.
"Scarlett, I think it looks better on the lower shelf," he said to which Scarlett asked of her mom: "What's his name, mummy?"
Post interview, Dr Wenham told the BBC that she had just written an article on the Covid-19 induced clash between home life and work-life but never thought the live interruption by her daughter would ever happen to her.
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Never say never!
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