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Greg Rutherford is video bombed by his two sons during interview

‘I’m glad I’m not the only one!’ Viewers left in stitches as Greg Rutherford is video bombed by his sons bouncing on the bed during ‘relatable’ live interview from home

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Greg Rutherford was adorably interrupted by his two young children while giving an interview on how to keep children busy while in isolation amid the COVID-19 crisis.

The Olympic athlete, 33, appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss how he is managing self-isolation and give tips on how he has kept his kids entertained on Saturday.

However his sons Milo, six, and Rex, two, appeared to have no intention of leaving their dad to get on with the chat, as they hilariously video-bombed the interview.

Ha! Greg Rutherford was adorably interrupted by his two young children while giving an interview on how to keep children busy while in isolation amid the COVID-19 crisis

As Greg began talking about the children, they ran and and Greg said: ‘Sorry, they’re now running in… just trying to keep them active and trying to keep them busy is obviously hugely important.’

The boys then began passing their dad items and he can be heard saying ‘thank you mate’, before they then bounced along in the background of the video.

He then apologised and said: ‘I’m sorry, that’s the really big thing if you can keep it fun for them, then they going to have a great time keeping themselves fit and active.’

Cute: The Olympic athlete, 33, appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss how he is managing self-isolation and give tips on how he has kept his kids entertained on Saturday

Playful: However his sons Milo, six, and Rex, two, appeared to have no intention of leaving their dad to get on with the chat, as they hilariously video-bombed the interview

Viewers at home were left in stitches after watching the ‘relatable’ video, and took to Twitter to express their joy at the light hearted moment.

One person said: ‘Loved Greg Rutherford’s @BBCNews interview this morning with his kid in the background, literally bouncing off the furniture…

‘That is exactly what Joshua did to me in a Skype interview with @Notts_TV yesterday. I’m glad I’m not the only one!’ 

Playful: However his sons Milo, six, and Rex, two, appeared to have no intention of leaving their dad to get on with the chat, as they hilariously video-bombed the interview

While another said: ‘Best TV interview so far. Greg Rutherford on keeping fit at home. Two little Rutherfords bouncing behind him. Sheer joy. Bed trampolining.’

A third said: ‘Poor Greg Rutherford doing an interview live on @BBC with his kids jumping all over him in their dressing gowns gave me a good giggle this morning.’

Another person penned: ‘If you need something to put a smile on your face at this difficult time, Greg Rutherford’s kids bouncing into his @BBCBreakfast interview is it!’ 

Reaction: Viewers at home were left in stitches after watching the ‘relatable’ video, and took to Twitter to express their joy at the light hearted moment.

One person said: ‘Loved Greg Rutherford’s @BBCNews interview this morning with his kid in the background, literally bouncing off the furniture…’

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