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Charlotte Dawson and Mrs Hinch have led stars in a special nationwide clap for Ashley Cain’s daughter Azyalia this evening after she was rushed into hospital on Monday night because of blood in her tears.
Ex On The Beach star Ashley, 30, shared a picture to his Instagram holding his brave little girl and described how he was “overwhelmed at the amount of love” for his eight-month-old amid her battle with leukemia.
And Ashley, along with his girlfriend and mum to Azaylia, Safiyya Vorajee, took to their doorstep to clap for the little one in a beautiful display of love for the baby girl.
Proud mum Safiyya took to her Instagram to thank her 704,000 followers for their “love and support” after finding out that a doorstep clap had been arranged for her daughter Azaylia.
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She said: “Hi guys so it has been brought to my attention that there is a clap that has been arranged for Azaylia at 7pm tonight and we would love to join you.
“I just want to say thank you for your love and support always because Azaylia has been and is the strongest, bravest, most beautiful little girl and we are so, so, so honoured to be her parents – what an amazing little girl she is.”
Cradling Azyalia in an adorable pink bobble hat, Safiyya added: “We have just done our seven o’clock clap and wow, our street was so loud, wasn’t it? Was our street really loud?”
Safiyya also panned to the street which saw neighbours line the road to clap for Azaylia.
Turning to her little girl, she continued: “You were singing really loud, weren’t you? Wow! Everyone has come out all for you baby girl. I love you.”
After taking Azaylia inside, Safiyya said: “Wow here is the champ – everyone has still been singing songs for you, we have been doing lots of clapping haven’t we? Let’s go champ, let’s go champ.”
Meanwhile Mrs Hinch, 31, known as Sophie Hinchliffe, also took to her doorstep to clap for the brave little girl.
Sharing a video on her doorstep, she penned: “Azaylia, we are all so behind you.”
The cleaning influencer also shared a poignant quote to her 4million Instagram followers, which read: “Be grateful for every second of every day that you get to spend with people you love.
“Life is so very precious.”
Former Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson, 29, also shared a heartwarming video to her Instagram alongside her boyfriend Casey Johnson who was seen cradling their son Rox.
She penned: “We all love you Azaylia, I feel like we all know you from following your journey since the very beginning and not a single day goes by that we as a family don’t think of you and pray for a miracle, you’re so special and beautiful and a true warrior, you taught us all so much and learned us all to see what is truly important in life [sic].
“You’re the strongest, happiest and bravest little girl I have ever seen. I’ve always believed in angels and you Azaylia are a true angel.
“We love you, we’re with you every step of the way, and tonight we clap for you in honour for being the most amazing inspiration.”
Marnie later took to her Instagram to share a selfie with tears in her eyes, captioned: "How can the world be so cruel?"
Charlotte Dawson, who recently welcomed baby boy Noah with Matthew Sarsfield, posted a clip to her Instagram story as she opened the windows and clapped for Azaylia.
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She wrote: “#AzayliaDiamondCain let’s clap for the most beautiful, bravest princess tonight.”
“Clapping for this beautiful angel tonight.”
Stacey Solomon described how she was unable to get home in time for the 7pm clap but shared a poignant quote on her Instagram alongside a picture of Ashley and Azaylia.
She penned: "I've seen lots of you clapping for beautiful Azaylia tonight. It's just the most unimaginable, heartbreakaing thing that I have seen and experienced with too many precious families. It's just so unfair and cruel."
Abbey Clancy and her former footballer husband Peter Crouch also took to their doorstep with children Sophia, Johnny and Liberty to clap for Azaylia.
Sharing the video to her 512,000 Instagram followers, Abbey cheers: "Go baby Azaylia! Go champ! Go baby Azaylia! Go on baby!"
It comes after Ashley shared that it was the first time today that he was able to take Azaylia for a stroll since she was born.
He said: "I've never, ever been able to do this. Walk outside in the street with my baby girl.
"When she was going through chemo before and transplants, she had to be covered up, so the fact I get to walk outside with my baby in my arms and get some fresh air, it's absolutely amazing."
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