Toddler climbs around set of live ITV interview

Toddler climbs around set of live ITV interview

Toddler climbs around set of live ITV interview

Alastair was presenting a segment alongside a mum named Lucy Wronka, as they discussed new guidelines for testing milk allergies in babies.

Stewart was speaking to Lucy Wronka about her son George's milk allergy when her daughter Iris made a decision to wander onto the stage.

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

Viewers of ITN News were left cackling at their TV screens after a debate surrounding milk allergies quickly went downhill when a toddler clambered onto the desk in front of newsreader Alastair Stewart during an interview with her mum.

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

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As Stewart noted at the beginning of the interview, the playful toddler, named Iris, "will do whatever she chooses to do over the next couple of minutes".

She climbed up onto Stewart's desk, partially blocking him from the camera's view, then rocked back and forth while waving her hands in the air. Even as the interview finished, Iris was determined to carry on.

Eventually the segment came to a close, as he promised a "more peaceful time" during the 6 p.m. hour.

"From all of us, a very good afternoon to you" he added, before giving the sweet toddler the high-five she'd been after.

While previous year, This Morning hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes did well to keep straight faces after a toddler wet herself live on air.

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