Girl who Interrupted Dad on BBC now has her own Cartoon

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When Robert Kelly began his appearance on BBC to discuss South Korean politics, he had no idea what was about to happen next.

Almost immediately, his young daughter made a jaunty entry into the room followed by her little brother rolling in his walker, and finally their mother raced in to quickly remove the children from the room.

All the action was caught on webcam as Kelly was talking with the BBC anchor and the hilarious clip immediately went viral around the world.

Now the family has been immortalized in an animated cartoon.

The first episode of “The Adventures of Mina and Jack” was uploaded last month, 6 weeks after the snafu, by Lauren Martin and Jarryd Mandy.

The Brooklyn couple originally planned to write a children’s book about the family but then decided it would be better as a cartoon and contracted the Raxo studio to make an episode.

The creators cleared the idea with Robert Kelly, a Professor of Political Science at Pusan National University, and he even posted a link to the video on his Twitter account.

Watch the pilot episode below: