The daughter went live in her television interview and was a success

If there is one thing that quarantine has shown us, it is not easy to reconcile teleworking with caring for young children. Let it be said Clare Wenham, professor of global health at the London School of Economics, who was being interviewed for the BBC, through a video call, when her daughter Scarlett appeared and started talking to her, showing the drawing she had made of a unicorn and meddling in the conversation that until then was being serious.


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