'Good Morning America' Meteorologist Ginger Zee Interrupted On-Air by Toddler Son Who Wants Donuts

Ginger Zee’s adorable two-year-old son, Miles, entered her makeshift set and sweetly asked for a donut, after reading a book that shows the pastry.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to create a fear of the unknown, it is best practice to observe quarantine at home.

As such, millions of people around the globe are forced to have a work-from-home setup, including television personalities.

Ginger Zee on ABC's "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020." | Source: Getty Images

Ginger Zee on ABC's "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020." | Source: Getty Images

ADORABLE INTERRUPTION

“Good Morning America” meteorologist Ginger Zee recently shared her at-home experience filming for the show, when her two-year-old son Miles walked in and asked for a donut.

“He has had two donuts in his life,” Zee said on Instagram. “But he reads a book that has donuts in it every day. So he is ALWAYS thinking about them.”

His youngest daughter, Frances, five, climbed her father’s back as he was promoting the Broadway Cares charity on his show.

The adorable toddler’s interruption often happens during his mom’s promo with ABC7 Mornings’ Reggie Aqui or Kumasi Aaron to ask for donuts.

Zee also has another toddler at home, her four-year-old son Adrian, whom she shares with her husband, Ben Aaron. With two little ones around, working from home can definitely get chaotic, she admitted.

RUHLE’S WORK-FROM-HOME SITUATION

However, Zee is not the only anchor dealing with their children amid work hours. Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC also juggled delivering the news while pacifying her son, who was secretly on her lap.

The senior business correspondent shared a behind-the-scenes clip of her professionally delivering the report, while her son, Reese, quietly laid on her lap.

Several comments commended Ruhle for balancing work and family as she shows the real-life struggles of being a work-from-home parent.

FALLON’S DAUGHTER GUESTS ON HIS SHOW

Late night show host Jimmy Fallon is also among the many parents who had to deal with interruptions from their kids while on air.

However, since Fallon’s show is not an avenue for formal reporting, he was able to make his children join and help him.

His youngest daughter, Frances, five, climbed her father’s back as he was promoting the Broadway Cares charity on his show.

Later, his other daughter, Winnie, also appeared and helped the four-time Emmy Award winner with his show’s graphics.

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