I dunno. I don't expect a 17 year old fan to be cognizant of whether or not they're intruding on BC's personal time. They'd just be excited at the prospect of meeting a (fave) celebrity. BC could have apologized and left but he understands how meaningful it is to a fan to have that brief moment of his attention. I feel like there is mutual respect between him and the fandom (as evidenced by the fact that his kids' faces were blocked out in Argentina), which is pretty rare. Other celebs are being surreptitiously filmed all over the place, but he isn't, precisely because he gives people moments like this one.
He sounds just lovely as always although I do wonder why people can’t just leave him alone when they can plainly see he’s exhausted.
Because meeting with fans, even when he’s exhausted, is part of his job. And the fan waiting for him must have been exhausted, too!
We do have to respect that he doesn’t want to be bothered while he’s eating, and he doesn’t want sneaky photos taken of him or of his children.
Meeting with fans is absolutely NOT part of his job unless he is at a premiere or some other public event. His workplace (which this was) is not a public event and the fan admitted herself that she was brought there by her father (who should have known better) under a false pretext just so she could meet BC. If she was exhausted it was her own choice. BC was exhausted after a hard days work. Honestly the entitlement of some “fans” astonishes me. Trouble is BC is too nice for his own good sometimes. I bet a fan wouldn’t try that on with someone like Martin Freeman because they’d know he would not play ball.