Ashley Cain's partner Safiyya shares cute vid of very ill daughter Azaylia after returning from hospital for last time

ASHLEY Cain's partner Safiyya Vorajee shared a sweet video of theirbaby daughter Azaylia eating strawberries on Instagram yesterday.

The eight-month-old was diagnosed with a rare form of Leukaemia at just eight-weeks-old and last week the couple were told she has "days to live".

Taking to her Instagram Stories, Safiyya captured their little one enjoying her berries while the beauty could be heard saying: "what have you got for breakfast for this morning? Strawberries?"

The 33-year-old added "wow is that yummy?" as Azaylia adorably tried out the fruit.

Safiyya then flipped her camera to show her and Ashley around their little one's high chair.

The couple then began to sing the nursery rhyme "If You're Happy And You Know It" replacing the lyric "clap your hands" with "shake your strawberry".

The clip comes as the little one was rushed to hospital last night for a blood transfusion which could give her an extra few days to live.

Ashley demanded the transfusion after eight-month-old Azaylia began to bleed from her nose.

The Ex on the Beach star said the quick-thinking decision to get a transfusion could have extended his daughter's life.

"If that can preserve us for one day, two days, three days, every day's a blessing," he said. "Let's go, champ."

Over the weekend Ashley thanked Azaylia for 'the best eight months of my life' after bringing her home from hospital.

On April 8, 2021 Ashley revealed in a heartbreaking Instagram video that his little girl could only have "days to live" after doctors found more tumours and said they had run out of options to save her.

At the time, the reality star told his followers Azaylia's only option following the devastating diagnosis was palliative care.

He said: "So last week we had the bone marrow test and the lumber puncture and bloods taken to send to Singapore in the hope that they could create therapy to save Azaylia's life.

"Then we had to have a CT scan on her head and the results came back the next day to say she's got two very big tumours on her brain.

"They also said that the chemotherapy that is usually given to treat leukaemia in the spine or the brain will not be available because she has too much pressure with these tumours.

"If they tried to go through the spinal tap it would kill her. At that point our world came down.

"Consultants said that they think she's only got one, two days to live, it could even be that night."

Ashley and his girlfriend Safiyya took their little girl home and they made it through the next two nights before deciding to take her off her pain relief as she "wasn't really here properly".

The decision saw Azaylia brighten up immediately, and the family renewed their hopes that they could get her to Singapore for treatment, which would include year-long CAR-T therapy and a haplo transplant.

However, more bad news was to follow as the couple were told on April 7, 2021 that doctors in Singapore would not be able to do the treatment as her disease is too rare, leaving them out of options.

He said through tears: "We had a scan yesterday and the results came back today that they found tumours in her stomach and spleen, her lungs and her kidneys as well as the tumours in her brain and the chemotherapy is not working.

"Her disease is that aggressive that nothing that they are doing, nothing is working.

"And then to make it worse, consultants got an email from Singapore and because Azaylia is one in a trillion – she literally is she's so special – but unfortunately so is her disease, so in Singapore they can't create what they need to treat her leukaemia."

Ashley added in the Instagram video that they had taken her home again to enjoy any remaining time they have with her.

He said emotionally: "For the last part of her life I just want to take her home. See her like a baby and give her the best rest of her life ever."

He added that he needed to "step up" for his daughter and "be strong" as she "needs to see her daddy smiling."

He said: "We are going to be strong and we are going to go out with honour."

The family were recently blown away by the public's generosity when they launched a GoFundMe to raise the money needed to get their little girl to Singapore, with the treatment requiring a £500,000 deposit just to book on.

The couple had managed to raise over £1 million in less than 24 hours, with donations from famous faces such as Molly-Mae Hague, Mrs Hinch and Kate Ferdinand.

Azaylia was born in August and diagnosed with leukaemia at eight weeks old.

Ashley and Safiyya expected their baby to get the all-clear in February after gruelling chemotherapy treatment, but were left "blindsided" when they were instead told that the cancer had returned.

She went on to have a bone marrow transplant, which doctors hoped would beat the disease – but "broken" Ashley revealed last month that she had relapsed.

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