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An ITV News interview was brilliantly interrupted by a toddler rampaging around the studio

She loved climbing on that desk.

EVER SINCE THE world-famous BBC interview with Professor Robert Kelly was interrupted by his two kids, we’ve been waiting for the next installment in the genre.

And yesterday afternoon, ITV News accidentally obliged.

Newsreader Alistair Stewart was conducting an interview with Lucy Wronka and her two children, Iris and George, about milk allergies. And Iris decided she wasn’t going to sit down for it

So for the whole interview she just bumbled around the studio

ITVnews Source: ITV

Her head was popping into shot throughout

ITVnews3 Source: ITV

While Stewart tried to ask questions to George about what he can and can’t eat, she was having the time of her life romping around the studio

ITVnews4 Source: ITV

This was a welcome break in the regular news for people watching at home

And Alistair finished the broadcast off with a killer line:

“I think we’ll have a more peaceful time at 6.30pm”

ITVnews2 Source: ITV

Bring her back everyday, please.

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