Adorable little girl steals the show during mom's TV news interview

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After introducing viewers to mom and her son George, Stewart gestured to the little girl, who was already wandering around the set.

Lucy brought her two young children on for the segment, as she and the host discussed the topic.

One wrote: "The kid on the desk on ITV news!"

"You're all right", Stewart told her as he took a break from chatting with her big brother.

But it was George's little sister, Iris, who stole the show - literally - when she started her attempts to climb upon the studio desk.

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However, the veteran journalist managed to keep his composure and calmly informed viewers that Iris "will do whatever she chooses to do for the next couple of minutes", before continuing with the interview.

Unexpectedly, she climbed on top of the table, after an unlucky first attempt and while up there she tried to high-five the newsreader.

The latest broadcaster to fall foul of the risky mix of small children and live TV is Alastair Stewart, who found himself completely upstaged by an sneaky toddler called Iris.

As he continued to try and get through the interview, Iris ran around the studio - starting to jump up in front of the cameras. "Mary Nightingale, I think, will have a more peaceful time at 6.30", he joked as he struggled to suppress a smile. "You just carry on there".