Emotional Ashley Cain takes eight-month-old Azaylia for first ever walk as he says 'every day is a blessing'

ASHLEY Cain got emotional as he took his eight-month-old Azaylia for her first ever walk, telling fans: "Every day is a blessing".

The reality star told how grateful he was to carry his baby daughter out in the fresh air after her leukaemia battle had stopped him.

"This is something mad," said Ex on the Beach's Ashley.

"I've never, ever been able to do this – walk outside in the street with my baby girl.

"When she was going through chemo and transplants she had to be covered up sothe fact I get to walk outside with my baby in my arms is absolutely amazing.

"Despite what we're going through, every day is a blessing. I say that from the bottom of my heart and with the most truth possible.

"Things like this today are absolutely amazing. Something so small, means so much. It's all because of this little one."

"Let's go champ. I love you."

Earlier today Azaylia was rushed back to the hospital for an emergency transfusion after she started crying blood last night.

Her brave mum Safiyya shared the shocking news on Instagram this afternoon in a video of her partner Ashley, 30, cradling his terminally ill daughter.

Ashley is seen rocking his eight-month-old, who has leukaemia, as Safiyaa speaks to their supporters.

She says: "We've just gone back into hospital to get Azaylia another platelet transfusion because last night the tears started having blood in them, so we needed more platelets".

Pointing to the intravenous drip that was hooked up to Azaylia she added: "This is our saviour right now".

Ashley said it was "so scary", but they had since returned home after she was given a platelet transfusion to prevent further bleeding.

She has now been given just days to live as more tumours have formed across her body and in her brain.

They have so far caused her loss of movement in half of her face and also to bruise spontaneously on her legs.

Earlier this month, Ashley and his girlfriend Safiyya, raised over £1.5million to take their sick daughter to Singapore in a last-ditch attempt to save her life – but have since been told the specialists in the country could not help.

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