Fraser–a Scottish high schooler–got a surprise when being interviewed by BBC Breakfast reporter Catriona Renton. Renton brought out the teen’s mother who quickly brought Fraser in for hugs and kisses, despite the teen’s obvious embarrassment.
“There you go Fraser, that will embarrass you for the rest of your life,” Renton said.
And soon the BBC had immortalized the moment in a GIF.
— BBC Breakfast (@BBCBreakfast) August 7, 2018
And Fraser’s sister was just as proud as his mom.
— Catriona Renton (@BBCCatrionaR) August 7, 2018
While Fraser’s exam scores hint at a promising future full of achievements, Twitter doesn’t expect to forget this one any time soon.
Brightened up my morning watching this. Great report Cat x
— Jean Johansson (@JeanJohansson) August 7, 2018
It was soo funny when she went in for a hug and kiss… made my morning!
— W. (@itswaynebtw) August 7, 2018
Well done Mum class
— Barrie Jaques (@JaquesBarrie) August 7, 2018
and her moritified son. OHHH MUMM!!!
— Billie's Craft Room (@BillieCraftRoom) August 7, 2018
And some pointed out that this mom was just doing what mom’s do best.
It’s in the job description. Make sure you embarrass your children as often as possible
— June Hayward (@junehayward568) August 7, 2018
The poor lad, this is when mum's should be banned, being a mum myself sure I've been just as guilty
— Sharon Baines (@1963sharon) August 7, 2018
Aah poor Fraser, I really felt for him!! (But would be the same with my kids too ).
— KateM (@KSM3011) August 7, 2018
While Fraser may have gotten all A’s on his exams, it’s clear who the winner of this video is: mothers everywhere.