As the MP was warning against creating a new ‘Snoopers’ Charter’ with the latest rules, his young son, Adam, opened the door behind him and walked in.
Sky host Kimberley Leonard said: “Your son is behind you. Good morning.”
Mr Tugendhat encouraged his child to leave, promising to do face-painting with him later.
Ms Leonard jokingly asked if he would be doing the face-painting, but the politician said that it was “beyond his skill set”.
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