Cute moment NBC newsreader is interrupted by her young son as he walks into the studio during a live broadcast about the conflict in Syria
- Courtney Kube delivered a live report on Wednesday morning from the Washington DC studios & # 39; s of NBC
- The national security and military correspondent discussed the conflict in Syria when her young son suddenly came to the set
- Kube continued her report as she tried to prevent the toddler from pulling her hair
- The popular presenter has been an NBC employee for almost 20 years and often discusses the twin boys she shares with her Marine husband Eric Dent
This is the sweet moment that an NBC reporter was interrupted by her young son during a live news broadcast.
Courtney Kube reported to Washington DC in the network on Wednesday morning about the ongoing conflict in Syria when her little boy entered the set.
Kube, who is NBC's national security and military reporter, was always the professional when her cheeky toddler started hugging her and trying to pull her hair.
& # 39; Excuse me, my children are here! & # 39; Kube smiled as she tried to remove her son from view of the camera.
& # 39; Live television! & # 39; she then chuckled before a fast-thinking producer quickly flipped away and placed an image on the screen.
Kube remained restless, while she continued to seamlessly discuss the situation in the Middle East.
The TV star is a mother for twin boys, Jake and Ryan, but it is unclear which of them were on the set.
The popular presenter has been an NBC employee for 19 years and often discusses the twin boys she shares with her Marine husband, Eric Dent.
Courtney Kube reported on Wednesday morning about the ongoing conflict in Syria for NBC when her young son interrupted her on the set
Kube often shares cute photos of her twin sons Jake and Ryan
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