THE NEW shadow chancellor was left red-faced this morning after her daughter interrupted a live TV interview.

Oxford MP Anneliese Dodds was talking to Sky News about coronavirus live from her home, when the door behind her was slowly crept opened revealing her small child.

It was one of the first Live TV interviews after Ms Dodds was appointed as her new senior role in the Labour cabinet. 

It's not the first time children have gone rogue in on live telly, the most famous blooper being in 2017 when Professor Robert Kelly was chatting to the BBC.

The Sky News presenter, standing outside Downing Street, said: "Somebody who wants to come and say hello to you while you're on the telly, we've seen this happen before haven't we, she's welcome any time on the programme."