The Living Room star Barry Du Bois has reflected on his terminal cancer diagnosis.
The 58-year-old personality admitted to The Daily Telegraph this week that he is grateful for every day that he has with his family.
He also said he feels 'lucky' to be able to celebrate Father's Day with his twins.
'Every day that I wake up I am pretty happy': The Living Room's Barry Du Bois reflects on his terminal cancer diagnosis and says he feels 'lucky' to celebrate Father's Day with his children (pictured with his family and wife Leonie Carol Tobler)
'It is hard for me to say I cherish Father's Day more than any other day because every day that I wake up I am pretty happy,' Barry told the publication.
He added: 'I am a very lucky man.'
Barry said that he 'cherishes every moment,' because 'my life, because of recent medical problems, might be shorter than most.'
Health battle: Barry said that he 'cherishes every moment,' because 'my life, because of recent medical problems, might be shorter than most'
Barry is father to six-year-old twins Arabella and Bennett, who he shares with wife Leonie Carol Tobler.
He was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, affecting the blood and bone marrow, and was told by doctors he might not live