Rob Delaney Reveals His 2-Year-Old Son Has Died of Brain Cancer: ‘I Will Endeavor Not to Go Mad with Grief’

Rob Delaney has suggested that his toddler son Henry died in Jan after battling mind cancer given 2016.

“I have really unhappy news. My 2½-year-old son Henry has upheld away,” Delaney wrote in a matter shared on his Facebook page on Friday.

“Henry had been diagnosed with a mind growth in 2016, shortly after his initial birthday, following determined queasiness and weight loss. He had medicine to mislay a growth and serve diagnosis by a early partial of 2017. Then the cancer returned final autumn and he died in January,” a Catastrophe actor said.

Delaney, 41, combined that his mother Leah and Henry’s dual comparison brothers “are ravaged of course.”

“Henry was a joy. He was smart, funny, and mischievous and we had so many smashing adventures together, quite after he’d changed home following 15 months vital in hospitals,” Delaney continued, observant that even yet Henry’s “tumor and medicine left him with poignant earthy disabilities” his son had “quickly schooled pointer denunciation and grown his possess process of removing from A to B shuffling on his pleasing small bum.”

“His expostulate to live and to adore and to bond was profound,” he added.

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Delaney also suggested that following Henry’s passing, a actor had been “astonished by a love-in-action displayed by Henry’s mom and his brothers.”

“They are because we will try to not go insane with grief. we don’t wish to skip out on their pleasing lives. I’m miserly for some-more practice with them,” he explained.

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Delaney went on to appreciate all of a doctors and nurses who “helped a family tarry Henry’s illness,” adding that they “will be my heroes until a day we die.”

“I am desperately unhappy right now, though we can contend with management that there is good in this world,” he added, before mouth-watering others to make a concession to the Rainbow Trust or Noah’s Ark in Henry’s name to “help other families in a UK with really ill children.”

“Our family would be in most worse figure right now if it weren’t for them. we would also titillate we to take petrify and postulated movement to support a NHS, however we can. Do not take it for granted,” he continued.

“Finally, we ask that we honour my family’s remoteness per this matter. we have zero else to contend that we haven’t pronounced here,” he wrote. “Thank you, pleasing Henry, for spending as most time with us as we did. We skip we so much.”