New Zealand PM hilariously interrupted by toddler while hosting Facebook Live – World News

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was conducting a live stream on Monday evening when her three-year-old daughter Neve entered the room and interrupted her

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Jacinda Ardern’s daughter interrupts her Facebook live

The New Zealand Prime Minister was hilariously interrupted by her toddler while hosting a Facebook Live to update residents on the country’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

Jacinda Ardern was conducting a live stream on Monday evening when her three-year-old daughter Neve entered the room, saying: “Mummy?”

The PM replied: “You’re meant to be in bed, darling. It’s bedtime, darling. Pop back to bed, I’ll come and see you in a second.”

Smiling after the interruption, Mrs Ardern apologised to viewers and then told her daughter to go to her grandmother who would take her to bed.

She then laughed at the camera and joked: “That was a bedtime fail wasn’t it?”

Jacinda Ardern’s Facebook live was interrupted by her daughter
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The New Zealand PM told her daughter to go back to bed
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She added: “Does anyone else have kids escape like, three, four times after bedtime? Thankfully my mum’s here so she can help out there.”

But shortly after the Prime Minister started addressing her viewers on the coronavirus pandemic once again, her daughter returned.

Mrs Ardern told her: “I’m sorry, darling, it is taking so long.”

The PM then announced she would be ending the live stream.

As the pandemic forced many people to work from home, there has been an increase in the number of children jumping in while their parents are on calls or appearing on live broadcasts.

In August, a New Zealand cabinet minister became embarrassed during a TV interview after her son entered the room showing a phallic carrot he had found among groceries.

Carmel Sepuloni said she would ‘never buy the odd shaped carrot pack again’ after ‘almost wrestling’ with son over the vegetable

Carmel Sepuloni, the minister for social development, later tweeted a video of the incident, saying: “That moment when you’re doing a live interview via Zoom and your son walks into the room shouting and holding a deformed carrot shaped like a male body part.

“Yes, we were almost wrestling over a carrot on camera, and yes, I’m laughing about it now but wasn’t at the time!”

Last year, a BBC News interview with Dr Clare Wenham and Christian Fraser was photobombed by Clare’s adorable daughter, Scarlett.

The child stole the show and had viewers tweeting in droves to say how funny she was.

In 2017, Professor Robert E Kelly gained the nickname ‘ BBC Dad’ after his two children hilariously interrupted his live interview.

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