Hilarious moment news anchor is interrupted by young son during live broadcast

Twitter/@ckubeNBC									NBC News Correspondent Courtney Kube

Twitter/@ckubeNBC NBC News Correspondent Courtney Kube

"Live television", Kube said, before continuing her report.

After BBC Dad, it is MSNBC Mom who has taken the Internet by storm.

On Wednesday, MSNBC correspondent Courtney Kube was in the middle of her reporting on a live broadcast when she was intervened by her kid.

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

Kube flawlessly completed her report despite the distraction.

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NBC anchor Courtney Kube had a special guest during her live broadcast.

The clip quickly went viral, garnering over 2 million views.

The footage of the segment was posted online by MSNBC's Twitter account with the fun caption, "Sometimes unexpected breaking news happens while you're reporting breaking news".

Courtney Kube - it may not surprise - scored kudos from all corners of the internet for her poise as a working mother.

Today's live TV interruption comes after Pusan National University professor Robert Kelly made headlines around the world when his children interrupted a live interview on South Korean politics with the BBC in 2017. "As soon as I realized he was standing next to me, for a second your heart kind of stops", she said. "It could've been worse!"

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