This live BBC interview pretty much sums up life as a parent

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LONDON — Harry is only 4 years old, but he is already in need of his second liver transplant.

He had his first transplant two days before his first birthday and now he needs another.

But it doesn’t seem to be slowing him down.

His mother, Clare, went on BBC for a live interview about organ donations.

While she was speaking, Harry wouldn’t stop laughing. Producers tried to entertain him off-camera, but he escaped and started running around the set.

That’s when presenters Bill Turnbull and Louise Minchin decided to cut the interview short.

“I’m sorry,” Clare nervously laughed as Harry continued to run around the set.