It was only a matter of time.
Called "The Adventures of Mina and Jack," the animated YouTube series—based on Kelly kiddos 4-year-old Marion and 8-month-old James—follows "the globe-trotting misadventures of a precocious young girl named Mina, and her pesky baby brother Jack, as they help their dad, a UN official, out of various jams."
For example, in the first ep, the kids join their dad on a trip to North Africa. After overhearing him talk about a red-handed gold thief at large in the market, an over-confident Mina and Jack set out to help solve the case. They sneak out of their hotel in hot pursuit of the red-handed man and hitch a ride on an elephant to the market, where they spot him manning a barrel of cherries. A chase ensues, and just when the kids think they've lost their suspect, they tumble into a nearby UN press conference and—plot twist!—inadvertently save the day.
So good, right? We love that Jack spends the entire first episode sucking on a paci in James' signature exer-saucer. And how on-point is Mina's minnion-esque choice of eyewear?
"Funny take-off on our viral video," Kelly wrote on Twitter. "They made me look suitably dorky."
That's just art imitating life, Kelly. Art imitating life.