Ashley Cain’s daughter Azaylia is battling for her life against leukaemia (Picture: Instagram)
Ashley Cain’s fans have set up a clap for his baby daughter Azaylia as she continues to fight for her life.
The Ex On The Beach star’s eight-month-old girl has been battling leukaemia for months, with doctors recently stating she only has days left to live.
Following the news, the 30-year-old revealed he and girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee have taken their little one home from the hospital to give her the best final few days possible.
Fans recently set up a Facebook group, ‘Azaylia Diamond Cain journey to fight Acute myeloid leukaemia’ with updates on Azaylia’s health, in which one user suggested everyone should clap in tribute of her.
‘Clap For Azaylia.. just like we did for the NHS..,’ they penned on the post, which has been shared more than 1,400 times.
‘Let’s all do it tomorrow at 7.00 all to show we are behind her & supporting her & her family. Let’s share this & get it far & wide.
Fans have set up a clap for Ashley’s baby girl (Picture: Instagram)
‘#letsgochamp #likklelion #azayliadiamondcain the strongest babygirl & family I’ve ever known.’
Pals have also shared news of the clap for Azaylia on their social media pages, with Love Island star Malin Andersson posting it on her Instagram story.
Azaylia has been battling health issues for months, with her parents previously planning to take her to Singapore for a course of specialist treatment.
They had fundraised £1.5million for the treatment, which they hoped would save her life, but were later informed by doctors that her leukaemia was no longer responding to their methods.
After the devastating update, Ashley shared a video of him cradling his daughter as he wrote: ‘Time is passing so quickly. Every second means everything.’
Alongside another post, he penned: ‘There’s still so much fight in the LikkleLion.
‘She’s losing some movement on one side of her face as a result of the tumours but she’s still the most beautiful little girl.
‘The fact that she is still smiling and playing in everything.’
Credit: Original article published here.