Looks like we just got a glimpse of two future leaders.
According to BBC News, 10-year-olds Henrietta and Charlotte talked with veteran journalist and "Daily Politics" presenter Andrew Neil about seat belt safety and schools removing unhealthy foods for CBBC's "All Over the Workplace," and they really held their own.
When Neil asked the girls their thoughts on the "nanny state" (a term that refers to the government intruding on personal choice), one of them discussed the benefits of seat belts being made compulsory. Her fellow interviewee backed her up, adding, "If it's saving lives ... I think we should be told what to do." That's when Neil offered a different scenario.
"When I was your age and someone told me not to do something, that usually meant I tried to do it," he said.
One of the girls had a swift response, as seen in the video above, which has racked up more than 737,000 views on Facebook since being posted on Saturday.
"Maybe you weren't educated properly enough about health and well-being," she said, with the slightest glimpse of a smile.
Being a good sport with the girls, Neil responded, "Many people have said that."
Note to self: never underestimate the wisdom of a child.