Robert Kelly, the international political analyst also known as the BBC Dad, that made ‘working from home’ famous long before Zoom meetings took over our daily lives, is celebrating four years since the famous BBC interview aired.
Freelancers at the time, especially those that worked from home alongside juggling a young family, immediately related to Kelly’s live interview incident. The endearing moment soon went viral and still produces giggles today. 🤣
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Kelly has even recreated a spoof video for the 4-year anniversary. ⬇️