Elon Musk’s Baby Hilariously Crashes Zoom Presentation

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From robotic cars to invading Mars, Elon Musk certainly knows how to turn heads on his own. But the SpaceX founder's recent appearance saw a rather unexpected visitor steal the show: His baby. Safe to say, "Bring Your Child to Work Day" has never looked cuter. Here's what went down...

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It all started on Wednesday, November 17, as Musk took to the webcam to talk all things Space - more specifically, his aerospace company, SpaceX. Granted, his virtual presentation at the National Academy of Sciences Engineering and Medicine was long awaited. After all, his upcoming trip to Space is bound to be one for the books. But as the entrepreneur began unveiling plans for his reusable spacecraft, all eyes were focused elsewhere.

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Of course, we're talking about the pint-sized prodigy propped carefully on Musk's lap: Baby X. "Hi!" the giggly toddler began to squeal, as he stared directly into the camera. Flailing his hands and mumbling his own words of wisdom (or, what some might call, gibberish,) X AE A-Xii seemed to have lots to say about dad's latest presentation. Does he know something that we don't?

Perhaps we'll never know... What we do know, though, was that the fun didn't last long. At least where our toothy troublemaker was concerned. Shortly after stealing the show, Baby X was whisked away by an unknown visitor - but not without making a bang, something his dad does best...

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As the call progressed, X's muffled cries were heard echoing from the next room. And hey, can we blame him? Dad was just getting to the good stuff. In case you forgot, Elon Musk's latest appearance wasn't intended to spotlight his good genes. Instead, the Zoom was actually set to spotlight SpaceX's upcoming Starship mission.

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While we'll have to wait until next year to watch the history-making spacecraft lift off, something tells us Baby X won't be tagging along for the ride. After all, "babies are just eating and pooping machines," as Musk put it. Stay tuned, whether X AE A-Xii finds his way to Mars or not, we're expecting big things from the little guy...