Jonathan Ashworth, a South Leicester Member of Parliament, was just giving a live interview to a television set when his young daughter, Annie, appeared with a smiling face in the background. His father said it could have happened because he was excited about the FA Cup Final.
|Annie surprises her father (Photo: uk.news.yahoo.com)|
It also has its advantages and disadvantages when we switch to live streaming from home. Although it is practical in terms of comfort, it can be very uncomfortable if family members do not think that you are watching TV now. It also happened to a member of the UK Parliament, Jonathan Ashworth, whose speech was disturbed by his little girl running into the picture and waving. However, the situation was more funny than annoying, and the journalist took the newspaper as well.
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“Who was the girl? We are ruining his evening by arresting his father while he is talking to us on TV. Offer him please” The newsletter acted funny and routine.
“It’s Annie and she’s so excited.” The politician replied with a smile.
“I was very excited because the topic at school today was Leicester City, who play the cup final tomorrow” Ashworth said with a laugh as little Annie reappeared on screen and took the show away.
Interestingly, this was not the first time the politician had bothered his sons while interviewing him from home.
As is known, Leicester City beat Chelsea 1-0 in the FA Cup Final.
You can read more about the match here!
Chelsea – Leicester City 0-1 (0–0)
London, wembley stadium, 21000 view. led: Oliver
Chelsea: Kepa – Azpilicueta (Hudson-Odoi, 76.), Thiago Silva, Rüdiger – R. James, Kanté, Jorginho (Havertz, 76.), M. Alonso (Chilwell, 68.) – Mount, Zijes (Pulisic, 68.) – Werner (Giro 82). Director: Thomas Tuchel
Lester: Schmeichel – Fofana, Evans (Albrighton, 33.), Söyüncü – Castagne, Tielemans, Ndidi, Thomas (W. Morgan, 82.) – Pérez – Iheanacho (Maddison, 68.), Vardy. Director: Brendan Rodgers
Gulzerzo: Tillmans (64.)