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MSNBC news reporter interrupted by her child while presenting live on air

MSNBC news reporter interrupted by her child while presenting live on air MSNBC news reporter interrupted by her child while presenting live on air
Deanna Wagner | 12 October, 2019, 13:35

News' national security and Pentagon correspondent Courtney Kube was able to sneak a little extra family time in while she was live on air Wednesday.

While delivering the news, her four-year-old son wandered over to his mom and excited saw that he too was on TV.

The youngster then could be heard saying "mommy" as Kube continued to deliver her report. The kids might annoy co-workers or break something in the office or, in the case of NBC News correspondent Courtney Kube, crash a live report.

Later, Ms Kube told Today they she was glad that her son didn't start crying, "As soon as I realized he was standing next to me, for a second your heart kind of stops", she said.

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"Sorry, my kids are here", she said, while her son could be seen reaching up to grab her arm.

MSNBC pinned the video to the top of its Twitter feed Wednesday, along with the caption: "Sometimes unexpected breaking news happens while you're reporting breaking news".

Ms Kube, 41, left many impressed with her multi-tasking skills. "Although she might have been surprised and stressed about her surprise on-camera guest, I loved the way she looked at her child with a big smile and lots of love", one person wrote.