Ashley Cain fans urge Brits to 'clap for Azaylia' TONIGHT as they show support in baby's final days

ASHLEY Cain's fans have called on the nation to TONIGHT clap for the star's daughter Azaylia as she faces her final days.

Followers of the devoted dad, 30, have rallied round and are asking Brits to applause his terminally ill baby at 7pm.

Taking to social media, supporters have urged people to join in as a show of solidarity to Ashley, his partner Safiyya Vorajee and eight-month-old Azaylia.

One wrote: "Clap For Azaylia.. just like we did for the NHS."

Others have used the phrase 'let's go champ', which US star Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson said in a touching tribute to the family.


Ashley and Safiyya travelled home in an ambulance with Azaylia on the weekend, having received the heartbreaking news that she has just days left to live.

The tot was diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia at just two months old and has spent most of her life in hospital.

Ex On The Beach star Ashley and Safiyya had raised an incredible £1million to pay for treatment in Singapore, however they were told last week that nothing more can be done for their baby.

Earlier today, Ashley shared a touching video of Azaylia sleeping as he told fans: "We fight and pray for another day #letsgochamp."

Safiyya, meanwhile, posted a heartbreaking video on Instagram, which showed her in tears as she cradled her baby girl.

The Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey ballad Miracle could be heard playing as Safiyya gazed at her daughter.

Sadly, Azaylia has now lost some movement in half of her face due to the tumours on her brain.

Yesterday, her brave parents also shared that she is suffering from nosebleeds and bruises all over her little body due to the leukaemia preventing her blood from clotting.

Ashley and Safiyya have been bravely documenting their family's ordeal over the last few months, and are desperate to get as many days with their daughter as possible having celebrated her "eight month birthday" at the weekend.

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