Catastrophe's Rob Delaney on Monday shared two sweet photos of his late son, Henry, on what would have been his third birthday.
"Today would’ve been our beautiful Henry’s 3rd birthday. If you’d like to give him a little gift, you can make a donation to @RainbowTrustCC: https://rainbowtrust.org.uk/latest-news/in-henrys-name … or @NoahsArkHospice: https://www.noahsarkhospice.org.uk/in-henrys-name/ He loved everyone in those organizations very much," Delaney wrote next to a sweet picture of a newborn Henry.
He shared a second picture as well, showing the little boy playing with a toy bus on top of a turtle.
"Here’s Henry not long before he died," Delaney continued. "You can see his little tracheostomy tube on his neck and his left eye is turned in due to nerve damage from surgery. He has a bus & a turtle though so he’s happy. He was such a sweet boy."
Henry was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2016 and had surgery to remove it in early 2017. Sadly, the cancer returned that fall.
On Feb. 9, Delaney announced that Henry had passed away.
Delaney has asked his followers for donations to the Rainbow Trust and Noah's Ark Hospice to help other families in the U.K. with sick children.
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