Children and live TV - not something that can often go together successfully - because, well, they do what they want and that's why we love them.
Earlier today, ITV newsreader Alastair Stewart was doing a segment on new guidelines for testing milk allergies in babies with mum Lucy Wronka and her son. However her daughter Iris had no intention of missing out on the action and made her way on stage, completely stealing the show.
The little one decided to hop up on Stewart's presenter desk, right before he needed to address the camera, and unwittingly hogged most of his shot.
He handled it very well though and even gave the young child a high five at the end of the segment.
TODDLER TAKEOVER! Best lunchtime news ever. Well done @alstewitn for holding fort! pic.twitter.com/w4pAmnVtN7
— Paul Brand (@PaulBrandITV) August 23, 2017
I think that may be my favourite interview on ITV News. Well done Alistair Stewart ðŸ'Â?ðŸÂ?¼ðŸ'Â?ðŸÂ?¼ðŸ˜‚ #ITVNews #ITVLunchtimeNews #Hilarious
— Kim (@MiSsKiMbo_) August 23, 2017