News Reporter's Son Interrupts Her Live Broadcast In Hilarious Video

NBC News correspondent Courtney Kube was reporting on Turkey’s airstrikes on Kurdish fighters in northern Syria when her son wandered into the studio and interrupted the live broadcast

She was discussing Turkey's escalating military operations in Syria when her son walked up to her and asked for her attention, said reports.

"Excuse me, my kids are here. live television", Kube said, laughing as a graphic popped up on the screen.

The NBC News host, who specializes in national security and the Pentagon, was talking about Turkish airstrikes being underway in northern Syria during a live broadcast when her son wandered onto set and interrupted her, grabbing her shoulder and microphone chord multiple times.

This is the moment a news anchor was interrupted by her child during a live broadcast. As Kube addressed the situation, her son came up behind her and started reaching up to her while she was speaking.

She later explained that she had no option but to carry her little son to work, saying "breaking news in Syria didn't line up with preschool drop-off".

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

"Working mom multitasking on live TV sends [a] positive message", wrote one Twitter user.

"I couldn't love this more".

However, she remains extremely calm and even smiles on camera.

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