"Sorry, my kids are here", Kube said as she smiled.
According to a report by News18, MSNBC News reporter Courtney Kube was engaged in her ongoing news segment when suddenly her son popped up and was captured live! As she's talking, Kube casually puts her hand down to gently move him out of the shot, but her son reaches for her instead.
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She later explained that she had no option but to carry her little son to work, saying "breaking news in Syria didn't line up with preschool drop-off".
NBC's Courtney Kube was reporting on Turkey's strikes when her flow was broken by four-year-old Ryan making an uninvited appearance, right by her side.
A clip of the viral moment was posted on MSNBC's Twitter page, which was captioned, "Sometimes unexpected breaking news happens while you're reporting breaking news". Many praised working moms and lauded Kube for her calm handling of the situation. She has a master's degree from American University, lives by the beach with her three kids and husband and hopes to own a pig one day.