Rob McElhenney is opening up about his stunning wellbeing prognosis in hopes to support other individuals feel supported and seen.
“I was lately identified with a host of neurodevelopmental disorders and learning disabilities! At 46!” McElhenney, 46, shared through Twitter on Tuesday, July 11. “It’s not a thing I would generally discuss about publicly, but I figured there are other individuals who wrestle with very similar factors. And I needed to remind you that you’re not alone.”
The It’s Often Sunny in Philadelphia star defined that he will further element his “full diagnosis/prognosis” on his “The Generally Sunny” podcast afterwards this thirty day period. For now, McElhenney desires his enthusiasts to know that they have an ally in him, reminding his followers: “You’re not silly. You are not ‘bad.’ It could feel that way occasionally. But it’s not real :).”
As McElhenney carries on to unpack his prognosis, he and wife Kaitlin Olson have been embracing the humorous aspect of daily life — and clapping back again at break up rumors.
The couple, who tied the knot in 2008, not too long ago responded on July 3 to a Perez Hilton report about their marriage, which cited the gossip Instagram account DeuxMoi.
“Apparently two married costars of a well-liked and long working sitcom have quietly divided right after the partner cheated on her in Wales,” the DeuxMoi put up with the topic “not always sunny” go through.
While some visitors ended up persuaded the blind item was chatting about McElhenney and Olson, 47, who have been costarring on It is Constantly Sunny in Philadelphia considering that 2005, Olson experienced a quippy reaction to the allegations.
“It was me who had the affair. But it was not with an individual from Wales. It was with a whale,” the Champions actress, who shares sons Axel, 12, and Leo, 11, with McElhenney, quipped by means of Twitter. “I’ve constantly cherished whales. They’re the bosses of the ocean and I’m attracted to electrical power. We request for privateness as we navigate this complicated time. 🐳💦.”
McElhenney — who co-owns the Wales-based mostly soccer club Wrexham A.F.C. with Ryan Reynolds — commented on his wife’s quirky statement with a person of his have.
“Sad to admit that the rumor is real. 💔 However some of the aspects are …. Incorrect,” he replied by way of Twitter.