Four-year-old Marion, aka the BBC interview kid, has once again captured the hearts, minds and souls of people the world over.
The nonchalant pre-schooler looked just the part as she sat centre-stage at a press conference on Wednesday at Pusan University in Busan, South Korea.
Photographs captured her staring out from behind her now-trademark pink glasses, sometimes sucking a lollipop.
Marion rose to fame after gatecrashing her father's interview with the BBC recently.
Professor Robert Kelly was discussing South Korean's tumultuous politics when the child burst in, with incredible gusto.
She was swiftly followed by a very nifty baby on a walker, before their mother burst through the door, gathering up the pair of them.
The video was shared widely online.
Marion again found herself the centre of attention after photos emerged from the press conference.
"If she isn't President of Earth by the time I'm 80, I'll be bitterly disappointed", twitter user David Llweellyn said.
"When you're a tough, no-nonsense detective who's had it with those pen-pushers at city hall", wrote Tom Phillips.
"BBC kid should be the next Doctor Who imo", wrote another user.
"BBC interview kid has just been cast as Commissioner Gordon in the new Batman movie."
The child's incredible entrance in the original interview had people wishing for a slice of her enthusiasm
"I wish I were as confident about anything as this kid is walking into that room", tweeted Emilia Radice.
Watch the video to see Professor Robert Kelly's children gatecrash his interview.