Toddler Does Whatever The Heck She Wants While On Live Television, And It's Hilarious

You do you, Iris.

During an interview on Britain's ITV News about milk allergies, one toddler on the show acted like, well, a toddler. 

In a video uploaded to NBC News' YouTube channel, newscaster Alastair Stewart speaks with mom Lucy Wronka and her son, George. Lucy's daughter, Iris, is also present, but it doesn't seem like she's all that enthralled with the interview. Stewart begins by introducing them all, adding in that Iris will be doing "whatever she chooses to do over the next couple of minutes."

And that she does. 

For pretty much the entire discussion, Iris walks about the set, climbing onto Stewart's desk and walking in front of the camera. But Stewart keeps his cool, proceeding with the interview, which happens to be an important discussion regarding milk allergies, the most common food allergy in young kids, affecting about 2 to 3 percent of kids under three. Both of Lucy's children have Cow's Milk Protein Allergy [CPMA], and Lucy talks about how earlier detection could've helped their family. 

After their discussion, the newscaster finally lets out a couple laughs as Iris climbs on the desk, seemingly refusing to keep quiet. 

"And that's it this lunchtime," Stewart says, wrapping it up. 


This isn't the first time kids have created a little havoc (and a lot of laughs) on set. Earlier this year, political science professor Robert E. Kelly was doing a live interview with BBC World News when his children hilariously interrupted the segment.

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