Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's daughter stole the show during her weekly interview with AM on Monday.
Ardern is currently in isolation after her fiancé Clarke Gayford tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday.
Ardern was in the middle of discussing the Government's $562 million plan to tackle crime when Neve adorably interrupted the interview by saying "mummy".
As Ardern was answering a question on crime, Neve starts talking in the background of the Prime Minister's blurred background.
AM host Melissa Chan-Green saw the funny side and said: "there's the old Zoom issue. Hi Neve".
Ardern told Chan-Green she thought she had everything covered going into the interview.
"I thought I had it totally covered, I had got some TV parenting, I had some snacks, so it just proves it doesn't matter what you do," Ardern told AM.
The disruption during the AM interview wasn't the only issue Ardern had on Monday during her media round from isolation.
Ardern posted a story on her Instagram revealing another funny moment Neve caused during a radio interview on Monday.
"Thought I had morning media round from isolation all sorted …. Until Neve showed up mid radio interview and chased me round the room with banana."