Working parents of the world at the moment - we salute you. Especially those who have to give interviews live on the news.

We're surprised it's taken this long for this to happen to be honest. Yesterday, within the space of 30 minutes on two separate news channels, children were wreaking havoc live on air for a pair of unsuspecting mothers.

The pair of mothers trying to do their jobs while their children walk in on them are Dr. Clare Wenham on BBC News, whose daughter Scarlett is moving around a framed unicorn photo in the background, while mum and Sky News foreign affairs editor Deborah Haynes gets bombarded by her son asking for biscuits. You can't make these deliciously awkward moments up. 

Here's the first of the mothers to get hilariously interrupted on BBC News.

And here's the second biscuit-starved kid, courtesy of Sky News.

Of course, the original and the best interruption we'll ever see live on air comes from the two children strolling in on their father live on BBC News. Just in case you've forgotten, here's a quick reminder of how the interruption played out.