Ashley Cain’s baby daughter Azaylia returns home in ambulance after he’s told she could have ‘days to live’

Want the most up-to-date celebrity exclusives sent straight to your inbox every day? Sign up now and join the club!

Ashley Cain and his partner Safiyya Vorajee have taken their baby girl home in ambulance after being told she could have only "days to live".

Taking to social media platform Instagram, seven month old Azaylia's mum shared a series of videos of herself cradling her little girl as they made their way home.

Azaylia could be seen wearing a pink and white striped top with a matching pink knitted beanie on her head. The brave little girl had a penguin-themed dummy in her mouth with a leopard-print plaster stretching from her nose across her cheek.

Exhausted, Safiyya told her 433,000 followers: "So it's time to go home now," before panning the camera behind her to show her other half Ashley, 30. "Hi daddy!" she added as he waved.

  • Ashley Cain gives daughter last bath in hospital as he heartbreakingly admits he ‘doesn’t know what he'll do without her’

  • Ashley Cain's heartbreak as he kisses daughter and tells her it's her last night in hospital before bringing her home

Get exclusive celebrity stories and fabulous photoshoots straight to your inbox with OK!'s daily newsletter. You can sign up at the top of the page.

She went on to tell her baby girl: "Time to go home now, yeah? We're going to have a nice drive in the ambulance. Come on then, let's go play at home."

The doting mum later posted a clip from inside the ambulance, where Ashley could be seen behind her dressed in a neon green T-shirt with a bright red baseball cap on.

"Mummy and daddy in the ambulance now, we're on the way home," Safiyya said as Ashley added: "You alright guys."

  • Sign up for the BEST celebrity house tours and BIGGEST exclusive interviews

  • Download OK! magazine's FREE app and get all the gossip straight to your phone

She then turned the camera to face their daughter, who was wrapped up in a pink blanket, as she said: "There she is! There she is! In the ambulance. Wow!"

Ashley revealed the devastating update on Thursday that his baby daughter could only have days to live after doctors found tumours throughout her body after her agonising leukaemia battle.

Taking to Instagram from outside the hospital, the former Ex On The Beach star heartbreakingly 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.

Become an OK! VIP and see all our exclusives – for free!

Become an OK! VIP and you will unlock access to all of our big exclusives…

Be the first to meet the latest showbiz babies, see the most sought after wedding pictures of the year, or take a guided tour around your favourite star's lavish multi-million pound home – all for free!

Sign up here

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

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

The media personality, who previously revealed he hadn't slept, ended the devastating video, by saying: "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."

Ashley Cain

  • Ashley Cain raises over £1million in…
  • Ashley Cain reveals his family are f…
  • Ex On The Beach's Ashley Cain in tea…
  • Ex On The Beach star Ashley Cain's s…
  • Who is Ashley Cain's partner Safiyya Vorajee? Everything you need to know about his stunning girlfriend

Ashley's daughter was diagnosed with a rare form of leukaemia when she was just two months old and had been receiving care at Birmingham Children's Hospital.

The family had launched a fundraiser for the little girl to be able to get specialist treatment, and they shattered their target of the £1 million needed.

Generous people, as well as celebrities such as Kate Ferdinand, helped them raise more than £1.5 million, with the goal to "fly to Singapore for CAR-T therapy plus a haplo transplant, for a minimum period of 1 year."

Source: Read Full Article