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BBC News reporter leaves fans in awe with ‘super mum’ hack on school run minutes before live broadcast

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A REPORTER for BBC News has left fans in awe as she revealed her 'super mum' hack just minutes from going live. Anna Holligan was bringing viewers up to date on the expected ruling over the MH17 plane crash.

The Europe Correspondent joined the bulletin from what appeared to be a park. And she's left fellow mums in awe after she revealed her busy morning before she started broadcasting.

Taking to her social media, Anna told her fans how she done the school run just before coming on air. The journalist was working solo as she showed intrigued viewers how she was filming from her mobile phone - on her bicycle.

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