Professor Robert Kelly, known as the "BBC Dad," has marked the six-year anniversary of his viral BBC interview, in which his children famously interrupted, with new family photos.
The incident happened in 2017, when Kelly's rambunctious son and daughter burst into his home office while he was discussing South Korean politics during a live broadcast.
In the newly-shared photos, Kelly can be seen posing with his wife and children.
Six years after the incident, Kelly thanked the internet for the many jokes inspired by the viral moment.
He shared new pictures of his daughter Marion, now 10, and son James, 6.
Kelly is a political science professor at Pusan National University in South Korea, where he lives with his family.
"Some BBC Dad content since the 6th anniversary of the original video was last Friday," he tweeted.
"Marion had a singing performance this past weekend, so we got some nice family pictures.
Thanks again to all of you who follow me bc of the video."
The Independent emphasises that the original footage was a "viral moment" and the incident was "hilarious.
" Meanwhile, the NY Post gives more background on the clip, stating that Kelly somehow managed to continue with the interview while his wife Jung-a Kim rushed in to pull their children away.
The NY Post also notes that the children in the new photos have grown up, while The Independent focuses entirely on the anniversary and the family's new images.