This Wednesday, BBC viewers had a funny time. Dr Clare Wenham of South London is live via videoconference on the British BBC News channel to discuss the Covid-19 crisis when his granddaughter Scarlett appears in the background. The little girl begins to rearrange the shelf behind her mom to put a frame with a unicorn on it.
The doctor, very concentrated, continues her interview as if nothing had happened, but finds on her computer screen that the little girl is there. A look from the mother shows her anxiety about the presence of this little time bomb. Suddenly, the little girl asks her mother, “Where do you want me to put this frame?” A question that remains unanswered. The child, feeling that the moment is not adequate, retreats slightly.
When suddenly, the presenter of information asks what his daughter’s name is, before confirming that he prefers the frame on the bottom shelf by specifying that it is a very beautiful unicorn. Scarlett then arrives at the side of her mother to ask her, as the journalist is called. “It’s Christian,” replied his mother.
A scene that greatly entertained the BBC presenter and the viewers.