There's always scope for something to go wrong during live interviews, but we're sure Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes weren't quite expecting this during Friday's episode of This Morning!
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The couple were chatting to American mother Christy Hagedorn, who was joined by her toddler son Cade at home in Maryland.
Over lockdown, Cade has become quite the social media sensation, going viral for his chaotic and hilarious baking videos. And he had viewers in stitches once again during his This Morning appearance, when he turned to his mother and said a rather unexpected word for a two-year-old! Watch the video below…
WATCH: Find out what word this toddler said to make Ruth and Eamonn howl with laughter
Of course, the moment wasn't lost on Ruth and Eamonn, who burst into hysterics alongside This Morning chef Phil Vickery. "Oh, don't you just love him?" Ruth laughed between chuckles. "Oh Christy he's certainly a character."
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Viewers at home took to Twitter to share their love for Cade, with one writing: "Cade is giving me life on #ThisMorning this kid is soo funny!" "This kid is hilarious," another tweeted, while a third posted: "Hahahaha what a little legend."
Cade had Ruth and Eamonn in fits of laughter on This Morning
Little Cade is the star of the show in his mum's videos. One clip of the little boy helping his grandmother make cookies has been a particular hit – purely because Cade kept trying to sample every single ingredient that went into the cookie dough, including raw egg.
During the interview, Christy was asked whether Cade knew about his newfound fame. "Not at all, I think he enjoys being in the kitchen, we've continued doing videos," she said. "But we were shocked when it went viral, we weren't even really prepared."
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And whether Cade's grandmother, affectionately known as Nana, would be making more regular appearances, Christy said: "Unfortunately no, my husband and I are in the military which puts us far away from family. My husband was deployed for Covid response and so my mum came to help out, which is when they filmed the first video."
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