‘Don’t like it? Neither do I!’ Rob Delaney shows off his torso as he hilariously poses in nothing but tie-dyed boxers and an eye mask
Rob Delaney delighted his fans on Thursday as he posted a hilarious photo of himself wearing nothing but brightly coloured boxer shorts.
The 44-year-old Catastrophe star took to Instagram to share the silly picture with his 255,000 followers.
In the picture, Rob is seen holding his arms up and flexing his muscles as he wears almost nothing in his kitchen.
‘Don’t like it? Neither do I’: Catastrophe’s Rob Delaney hilariously posed in nothing but tie-dyed boxers and an eye mask in a new picture uploaded to his Instagram on Thursday
Rob’s look is particularly noteworthy as he is seen wearing a pair of tie-died box shorts in blue, orange and red.
The only other addition to Rob’s humorous ensemble is heated face mask he is seen wearing over his eyes.
Captioning the post, Rob wrote: ‘I have new tie-dyed underpants & wear a calming heat mask at all times now. Don’t like it? Neither do I.’
While Rob often shares amusing posts to his social media, he is also very open about his struggles regarding the death of his late son Henry, who died in 2018.
Rob recently took to Instagram to share a photograph of his late son sleeping, taken when he was only 15 months old and had just started chemotherapy.
Goofing around: The 44-year-old Catastrophe star took to Instagram to share the silly picture with his 255,000 followers (Pictured as Rob Norris in Catastrophe)
In a heartbreaking caption written alongside the snap he admitted: ‘I miss caring for him!’ after explaining how cancer surgery had damaged cranial nerves and left their son unable to swallow.
In the snap of his late son, Henry could be seen sleeping peacefully while dressed in a WALL-E baby grow, with his tracheostomy tube visible.
Rob penned: ‘Look at my beautiful little chunker asleep. He’s 15 mos old here and has just started chemo.
‘You can clearly see his tracheotomy tube here too. The surgery to remove his tumor damaged cranial nerves, which took away his ability to swallow, thus the tracheostomy.
Having fun: Captioning the post, Rob wrote: ‘I have new tie-dyed underpants & wear a calming heat mask at all times now. Don’t like it? Neither do I’
‘The things my wife and I had to learn to care for a one year old with a complex tracheotomy. But I wish to hell I was still doing it every day. I miss caring for him. Our son Henry.’
In April, the actor paid tribute to his late son Henry shortly after acknowledging what would have been his sixth birthday.
And Rob, a parent to three other sons with wife Leah, admitted he still doesn’t know how he continues to function after being forced to endure the heartbreaking loss of a child.
Sharing an image of Henry as a baby with Instagram followers, he wrote: This little boy would’ve turned 6 the other day. He died of cancer a little bit before his third birthday.
‘If you asked me how I carry on without him I would tell you I don’t know.’
Rob revealed Henry was diagnosed with his brain tumour in 2016 after suffering persistent vomiting and weight loss, shortly after he turned one.
The infant underwent surgery to remove a tumour in addition to further treatment, spending 15 months in hospital. But his family were told his cancer had returned in the autumn of 20t, 17 before he passed away the following January.
In December 2018 Rob revealed Leah had given birth to their ‘magical’ fourth son that August, seven months after son Henry passed away.
Heartbreaking: At the end of last month, Rob took to Instagram to share a photograph of his late son Henry sleeping, taken when he was only 15 months old and had just started chemotherapy
Devastating: In a heartbreaking caption, the Catastrophe star explained how cancer surgery had damaged cranial nerves and left their son unable to swallow – Henry died three years ago