Ashley Cain's girlfriend has been left in tears after their daughter lost movement in her face amid her battle with leukaemia.
Their baby girl, Azaylia, is spending her 'final days' at home after doctors told her devastated parents there was nothing more they can do to help her.
Her mum, Safiyya, took to Instagram on Monday to deliver the heartbreaking news as she battles the terminal diagnosis.
While cuddling her precious infant daughter, the brave mum said the pain of watching little Azaylia suffer was 'torture'.
She posted a number of videos of her angel suffering from bruising under her skin and nose bleeds.
As the two shared special moments together while cuddling on the sofa, the mum told her followers: "This pain is torture".
She then recorded herself having a beautiful chat with Azaylia when she said: "I'll always believe in you baby.
"Life can be cruel but I'm so happy for today."
Her dad, Ex On The Beach star Ashley, revealed that Azaylia's new tumours have been impacting her 'last days' on Monday.
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He said: “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."
Her mum said the little one had to be rushed to hospital for a blood transfusion on Sunday night.
“Azaylia was experiencing nosebleeds yesterday and that's down to the blood and the platelets in the body that are not being able to clot the blood so it's just bleeding through her nose.
"So about 11 o'clock last night we decided to go to the hospital and get a platelet transfusion for her.
"Unfortunately, overnight, she's still experienced the nosebleeds and the clotting hasn't happened.”
The mum previously vowed to get a tattoo of her daughter's hand and footprints so she can "always have her so close".
She already has plaster cast prints done of Azaylia's hands and feet.
Taking to her stories, she explained: "We've got her handprints and footprints and I was just worried because what if I dropped one – what about if this happened, what about if that happened.
"The lady was really good and did these prints so that I can get a tattoo, so I can always have her so close.
"So, I decided to get the prints done and I am going to get a tattoo done of her little hands and her feet."
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