After the epic BBC interview showing a bubbly four-year-old making a ‘guest appearance’ on her father, Robert E Kelly’s live interview went viral, the family shot to unprecedented fame. While the political science professor wondered if he would ever be called again for an interview by the channel, the world has, in fact, fallen in love with Marion, his adorable four-year-old. “She was in a hippity hoppity mood,” Kelly had said about Marion, whose Internet fame reached a new high after their first public conference at Pusan National University in South Korea.
Twitterati loved the four-year-old and the ‘can’t care less’ face she had during the conference as she held a lollipop in her mouth. Her pink-framed glasses got its share of attention too. From wishing her to become the “President of the earth” to declaring her “queen”, Netizens clearly did not have enough of the cute little girl, with a ‘tiny one-sided pony’.
Here are some of the reactions that the cute, little girl garnered on social media.
I love everything about Marion who interrupted her dad’s BBC interview. Love her trench coat and I love her glasses. pic.twitter.com/U3KLF1LIvF
— Yashar (@yashar) March 15, 2017
BBC kid should be the next Doctor Who imo pic.twitter.com/tNA3mPqU5f
— Elena Cresci (@elenacresci) March 15, 2017
If she isn’t President of Earth by the time I’m 80, I’ll be bitterly disappointed. pic.twitter.com/f5qEfaaPT7
— David Llewellyn (@TheDaiLlew) March 15, 2017
— Matt Dempsey (@mizzousundevil) March 15, 2017
BBC interview kid has just been cast as Commissioner Gordon in the new Batman movie. pic.twitter.com/mM2aYgMOGM
— R. Eric Thomas (@oureric) March 15, 2017
@yashar I loved her sassy entry dance the best. Outfit is 2nd place.
— sasha (@sasha1880) March 15, 2017
@yashar Today in microfashion, hippity-hoppity-style!
— J Peterson (@Jpete008) March 15, 2017