Viral BBC Kids Get Their Own Cartoon Show And It's Adorable

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Viral BBC Kids Get Their Own Cartoon Show And It's Adorable

The Adventures Of Mina And Jack is inspired from Professor Kelly's two kids, Marion and James.

New Delhi:  Remember the famous BBC dad? The one whose kids burst in on him while he was live on television? Those kids now have their own cartoon show! Professor Robert E Kelly went massively viral earlier this year when his kids, Marion and James Kelly, interrupted a BBC interview he was in the middle of. Now, those adorable, happy children have inspired a cartoon series - The Adventures of Mina and Jack. The cartoon follows their adventures as they help their father out with his important UN job.

On April 24, Professor Kelly tweeted about the show, saying that people keep asking him about his children.
 
According to the BBC, The Adventures of Mina and Jack was created by Jarryd Mandy and his partner Lauren Martin. The pilot episode has the mischievous duo following their dad to North Africa for a meeting of the 'un.'

Since being shared online, it has already been viewed over one lakh times and people are gushing over it. "Oh my this is genius! hope this is going to work :)" writes one commenter. Another says, "This is the cutest thing I've seen today. Love it!"

Watch the episode below:



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