Marnie Simpson breaks down in tears over Ashley Cain's daughter Azaylia and asks 'how can the world be so cruel'

MARNIE Simpson asked "how can the world be so cruel" as she broke down in tears over Ashley Cain's daughter Azaylia.

The Geordie Shore star, 29, couldn't hide her emotions after she clapped outside her home to show her love and support for the terminally ill little girl.

Marnie, fiance Casey and their son Rex were joined by the likes of Abbey Clancy, Stacey Solomon and Charlotte Dawson for the show of respect for the eight-month-old who is fighting leukaemia.

It comes after last week Ashley revealed that his daughter could only have "days to live" in a heartbreaking Instagram post.

The devastating news urged people around the UK to come together and show their support last night.

But in doing so Marnie got extremely emotional and uploaded a selfie of herself crying, with the caption: "How can the world be so cruel."

The Geordie lass – who gave birth to her son Rex in October 2019 – also uploaded a powerful video of her family clapping on her Story.

Alongside the footage, she wrote: "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, your so special and beautiful and a true warrior.

“You taught us all so much & learned us all to see what is truly important in life,Your 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 and honour you for being the most amazing inspiration you are ? #clapforazaylia ♥️."

Ashley and girlfriend Safiyya Vorajee welcomed Azaylia Diamond into the world in August 2020.

Two months after her arrival, the pair were told that she had a very rare and aggressive form of leukaemia, which has gone on to come with many complications.

The reality star – who first shot to fame on the first series of MTV's Ex on the Beach back in 2014 – has been keeping his fans up-to-date with how brave his little girl has been doing over the past few months.

The couple had recently managed to raise over £1 million in less than 24 hours in a bid to get their daughter treated in Singapore.

But their world came crashing down when they were told that the doctors would not be able to do the treatment as her disease is too rare, leaving them out of options to help their baby girl.

Ashley told fans last week: "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.

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

"They also said that the chemotherapy that is usually given to treat leukaemia in the spine or the brain will not be available because she has too much pressure with these tumours.

"If they tried to go through the spinal tap it would kill her. At that point our world came down.

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

Azaylia has been able to leave hospital to enjoy her last moments at home with her family.

But since then had to return for a number of different reasons.

Last night Azaylia, who recently started crying blood, was rushed to hospital again as heart rate soared in the middle of the night.

The hospital visit came just hours after Ashley took Azaylia for her first ever walk outside, 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 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 so the 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."


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