Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Catastrophe star Rob Delaney reveals son's death

Catastrophe star Rob Delaney reveals son's death

In a post on Facebook, the Catastrophe star detailed how Henry had been diagnosed with a brain tumour just before his first birthday. Sadly the cancer returned in the autumn and Henry died last month. "My wife and Henry's older brothers and I are devastated of course", the post continued.

Delaney also applauded the hospital staff that took care of his son calling them, "heroes", and asked fans to donate to either Rainbow Trust, a children's charity in the United Kingdom or Noah's Ark, a children's hospice also based in the United Kingdom, in "Henry's name or someone you love".

Delaney, who lives in London, wrote: He was smart, funny, and mischievous and we has so many wonderful adventures together. Says the actor, "His drive to live and to love and to connect was profound".

He encouraged everyone to do an act of kindness by donating to Rainbow Trust and Noah's Ark, organizations which help families with kids who have terminal diseases.

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"The NHS nurses and doctors and the home carers and charity workers who helped our family survive Henry's illness will be my heroes until the day I die", he said. He also said his wife and children's "love-in-action" was helping to keep him stable in a tremendously hard time.

Singer Alison Moyet said: "I am so terribly sorry for your loss".

I am surprised by the affection in real life showed by Henry's mother and his siblings. "I'm voracious for more encounters with them".

Rob Delaney shared appalling news on Facebook Friday. "Our hearts go out to you and yours".

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"Our family would be in much worse shape right now if it weren't for them", Delaney said.

Rob, his wife, and his two attractive sons are so grateful for having Henry in their lives for two and a half incredible years.

"I have nothing else to say that I haven't said here", stated Delaney. He asked people to respect his family's privacy in this hard time and signed off by saying, "Thank you, attractive Henry, for spending as much time with us as you did. We miss you so much", he concluded.

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