Kellyanne Conway seems to prove that women can have it all. She was a former CEO and the first woman to successfully run a presidential campaign – all while raising four kids between the ages of seven and 12.
With a time-consuming career, it seems only natural that she would take an opportunities for her personal and professional lives to overlap. Which is what happened on Monday during the White House Easter Egg Roll.
As Conway was being interviewed by “Fox & Friends” host Ainsley Earhardt, the camera panned to her three daughters and husband who were standing to the side.
While their brother, George IV, was not interested in being filmed and remained off camera, her daughters immediately took to the spotlight.
Claudia, the oldest, with a huge smile on her face, gave a big wave to the camera and answered candidly when Earhardt asked if she was excited to move to Washington. The 12-year-old said:
“I don’t like change necessarily and I like my home. I like where we are now.”
Conway, mastering the art of mom-meets-publicist, kindly explained that “she’ll like it when she gets here” and turned the conversation towards Claudia’s twin brother, George IV, who “already has his bags packed at the door.”
The pre-teen called seeing her mom on T.V. “interesting,” gave a shout-out to “mom-mom,” and told her younger sister to “shush,” like only a big sister would.
As Conway’s husband George III, explained how exciting it is to have his wife working in the White House, the girls got restless.
Conway continued smiling and focused on the interview.
Earhardt continued interviewing the Conways as their daughters enjoyed fits of giggles, playful hugs, and striking poses.
Even as the conversation wrapped up, the girls can be seen in the background expressing their excitement — and the working mom had the perfect response to her kids’ T.V. appearance:
“Live T.V. is unforgiving.”
Fellow “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade claimed it was the only time Kellyanne appeared nervous, but he laughed and called it “good T.V.”