The tables were turned on Theo Walcott on Friday, as talkSPORTs live interview with the Everton winger was interrupted by his kids telling him off!
Walcott joined Jim White and Arsenal legend Martin Keown on air to look ahead of Saturdays FA Cup final between the Gunners and Chelsea.
But it was soon apparent the 31-year-old had more to thank about than just answering our questions
Walcott was interrupted by his kids in a funny talkSPORT interview
Walcott phoned in from his post-season holiday with his young family, and it sounds like his two sons are quite a handful as he attempted to juggle his football and dad duties.
I tell you what, this must be a first Im currently 50 feet in the air on a net, running around with the kids and its absolutely mayhem, laughed the winger.
Its fun! Ive got one of them telling me he wants to get down, Im being told off by the other one. Im gonna get off, Im well out of breath here!
You can listen to the funny start to Walcotts interview on talkSPORT above!
Theo Walcott is a three-time FA Cup winner with Arsenal, and is backing the Gunners to beat Chelsea to win it for the 14th time on Saturday
The former Arsenal man knows all about what it takes to lift the FA Cup, as his old club aim to extend their record and win it for the 14th time.
Walcott lifted the cup three times in an Arsenal shirt and he has dismissed the suggestion modern players have lost their love for the historic tournament, admitting his Everton teammates would bite his hand off for a chance in winning it.
Being an English player it was always been dream to play in the FA Cup, let alone win it three times, he told talkSPORT host Jim White.
People say the love of the FA Cup is not there anymore, but thats complete rubbish in my opinion, its a cup that every player looks back on and wants to win.
Im one of the lucky players to have won it, and there are guys in the Everton dressing room who would bite off my hand to be in the a same situation.
Just looking back at all my shirts, not many players swap shirts anymore but Ive obviously been around a long time and I look back at the 2005 and 2006 shirts, Ive got a shirt from Leighton Baines that I managed to get him sign, little things like that mean so much to me.
Theo Walcott says he’ll never forget his FA Cup wins, while his former teammate Olivier Giroud (right) will line up for Chelsea against his former club on Saturday
They might not mean much to anybody else, thats fine, but I can show these to my kids, the medals as well, thats what its about.
The memories will always stick with me, scoring a goal in an FA Cup final and winning it with such class [beating Aston Villa 4-0 in 2015], scoring in the Carling Cup final as well, you ask any kid and thats what they want to do.
And speaking of kids, Theo didnt stick around as his dad duties soon beckoned.
You can listen to the full interview above!